Here are a few things to check out as you head into the weekend:
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:
Pace alum & Super Bowl champ Kayvon Webster presents an NFL Super Bowl HS Honor Roll Ball to the MP administration pic.twitter.com/lIirZ2ifOR— J.T. Wilcox (@JTWilcoxSports) March 16, 2016
Former Head Coach Mario Smith with former players that have gone pro. pic.twitter.com/1QvMY8Diq4— Calvin Sykes (@CSykesSportsU) March 16, 2016
While home, Webster is trying out unique ways to stay in shape, including Pilates and gymnastics:
2. March Madness
The NCAA men's basketball tournament is underway, and Broncos are weighing in to the March Madness conversation on Twitter.
Ku taking care of business— Chris Harris (@ChrisHarrisJr) March 17, 2016
March madness —
Bennie Fowler(@b_fowler13) March 17, 2016
UCONN always scary in the tournament— Chris Harris (@ChrisHarrisJr) March 17, 2016
DUKE. MOVING ON —
Kenny Anunike(@ANU_NIKE91) March 17, 2016
3. Von's world
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:
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!
"Chapter 2: Headed to Mile High" https://t.co/192dLvjFrv— Russell Okung (@RussellOkung) March 18, 2016