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The Squeeze: Specs, iguanas and a GIF party

Posted Mar 3, 2016

A concentrated look at the recent juice on the Broncos.

Happy Thursday, #BroncosCountry!

It's almost Friday, which is great, but here are some things that are almost just as sweet:

1. Frame fashion

Our eclectic and glasses-wearing MVP, linebacker Von Miller, breaks down the eye wear choices of LeBron James, Steve Urkel and a few others.

2. It's a party!

A #GIFparty broke out Thursday morning in the Twitter-verse, and USA Today ranked the top-10 entries from the sports world.

The Broncos came in at No. 2.

3. Soaking up the sun

Safety Omar Bolden is having the time of his life during a trip to Mexico with amazing views … and iguanas.

That's NatGe- O‼️❗️#PositiveLiving : @nacholyfe

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Views... #PositiveLiving

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4. Bruton's Books, then Bryant

Safety David Bruton Jr. on Wednesday celebrated national “Read Across America Day” with some Amelia Bedelia, then attended the Nuggets vs. L.A. Lakers game to catch forward Kobe Bryant's final game at Pepsi Center.

Watching Kobe's last game in Denver. One of the greats for sure. Great career, great competitor, great leader!!

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5. Broncos love the kids

Running back C.J. Anderson visited Laney College, where he spent two-years of his college career, to talk to football student-athletes.

Nose tackle Sylvester Williams spoke to ninth graders at his old stomping grounds, Jefferson City (Mo.) High School, about working hard to pursue their dreams.

And running back Kapri Bibbs just loves giving back.

Best feeling in the world is putting a smile on someone's face #blessed#morethanagame

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