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The Squeeze: Furry friends & homecomings

Posted Feb 20, 2016

A concentrated look at the recent juice on the Broncos.

Happy Saturday, #BroncosCountry!

We know there’s no football to look forward to as you start your weekend, but here are some things to keep you entertained:

1. National Love Your Pet Day!

What better way to celebrate today than to take a look at some of your favorite Broncos loving their pets?

2. Bush gets keys to the city

Friday, safety Josh Bush was presented with keys to Lexington, N.C., by mayor Newell Clark in a ceremony at Bush's alma mater, West Davidson High School.


3. Talib & Anderson return home

Cornerback Aqib Talib on Friday also took a trip to his old stomping grounds and spoke to students at Berkner High School in Richardson, Texas.


Running back C.J. Anderson also took the time to visit his almer mater, the University of California, Berkeley.

4. Bruton surprises world reading champions

David Bruton Jr. and his foundation Bruton's Books surprised students at Hamilton Middle School for their excellence in reading. The students were crowned "World Champions" after beating a middle school in North Carolina in a Super Bowl reading challenge by reading 60,960 pages as a school.