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The Squeeze: Throwbacks and the NHL

Posted Feb 25, 2016

A concentrated look at the recent juice on the Broncos.

Happy Thursday, #BroncosCountry!

The NFL Scouting Combine continues in Indianapolis, and the Broncos’ digital team is working hard to keep you guys updated!

Here are some other things from the world of social media you should check out:

1. Thursday throwbacks

While the Broncos are definitely enjoying their offseason, it seems like they are also missing being out on the football field. Linebacker Von Miller and wide receivers Bennie Fowler and Jordan Norwood each posted photos on Instagram reminiscing about their Super Bowl run.


Into The Record Books

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And check out a couple of your favorite Broncos when they were a part of the combine grind:



2. #MissTheKids

Linebacker DeMarcus Ware and wide receiver Demaryius Thomas' trip to South Africa is coming to an end, and it seems like it's just in time for Ware. On one of their last safari outings, the two spotted a herd of elephants, and the baby elephant reminded him of his kiddos back in the states.

3. Supporting the home team

The Colorado Avalanche will participate in the NHL Stadium Series on Saturday, Feb. 27, and offensive lineman Ryan Harris was pumped to show off his custom Avalanche jersey that he received just for the occasion.


4. Praise for Paradis

Offensive lineman Matt Paradis, who played for Boise State from 2009 to 2013, returned to Boise, Idaho and was honored at the state Capitol Thursday morning for being a member of the Super Bowl 50 championship team.