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The Squeeze: Gymnastics, March Madness and sleepovers

Posted Mar 18, 2016

A concentrated look at the recent juice on the Broncos.

Happy Friday, #BroncosCountry!

Here are a few things to check out as you head into the weekend:

1. Webster's Six W's

Cornerback Kayvon Webster continues to spend his offseason in his hometown of Miami:

On Wednesday, he and Colts quarterback Stephen Morris and Falcons cornerback DeMarcus Van Dyke were recognized as former Monsignor Edward Pace High School football players currently in the NFL:







While home, Webster is trying out unique ways to stay in shape, including Pilates and gymnastics:


The Six W's: Work will win when wishing won't. -Todd Blackledge #GrindHardStayFocused #CUEUPU #Blessup

A video posted by Kayvon Webster (@kw3bb6) on



Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. is sticking to a more traditional ladder workout during his offseason:


Eyes , Feet , Hands

A video posted by Chris Harris Jr (@chrisharrisjr) on


2. March Madness

The NCAA men's basketball tournament is underway, and Broncos are weighing in to the March Madness conversation on Twitter.


3. Von's world

Linebacker Von Miller has been hard at work with his "Dancing with the Stars" partner Witney Carson, but they took a break to jam out to Travis Scott:


Team #Blondemiller champs "Uber Everywhere" @witneycarson

A video posted by Von Miller (@vonmiller) on


He also posted this precious picture of him and his younger brother, Vins, on Instagram:



And in case you were wondering, Miller was the best in the game well before he was recognized as Super Bowl 50 MVP:

Since day one

A photo posted by Von Miller (@vonmiller) on


4. Welcome, Okung!

Newly acquired offensive tackle Russell Okung wrote a nice piece on his personal website about his transition to the Broncos:


Choosing to represent myself has led us to today, where I proudly announce I will be wearing orange and blue next season, in Denver. Go Broncos!