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    Thursday, November 2, 2017 • 8:30AM - 12:30PM
    United Club Level at Sports Authority Field at Mile High
    Join 200 other business leaders from around the state for the inaugural Winning at Business Broncos Business Huddle. Throughout the event, attendees will receive valuable business and leadership insights from Broncos-designated specialists including Broncos alumni, Rod Smith and executive staff. In addition, we will give away exciting prizes including an office visit from Steve Atwater and Broncos Cheerleaders and a trip to the Broncos away game in Miami and more!

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  • Tue., Nov. 07, 2017 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM MST Drive For Life 20 This year marks the 20th anniversary of Drive for Life, Bonfils Blood Center’s annual community blood drive with the Denver Broncos. Save the date to save lives and help us reach our goal of collecting 1,250 donations at the drive. Your blood donation at Colorado's largest single-day blood drive earns you access to the donor-exclusive Fan Zone where you'll receive your commemorative T-shirt, lapel pin, hot dog and soda. Plus, you'll have the chance to interact with Broncos players, cheerleaders and Miles the Mascot. For additional information please visit: http://bonfils.org/index.cfm/get-involved/drive-for-life/drive-for-life-20/
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Broncos, Briefly: Monday, Oct. 9, 2017

Posted Oct 9, 2017

A quick look at the recent buzz on the Denver Broncos.

Eagle’s Dan McCauley works on the chain gang at Denver Broncos games (Pam Boyd, Vail Daily)
When the Denver Broncos play at Mile High Stadium, Dan McCauley, of Eagle, has the kind of view that makes his fellow fans salivate.

But ironically, McCauley has to record Broncos games so he can really watch what happened.

Broncos' Garcia named NFLPA's Week 4 Community MVP (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Garcia and his family in Atlanta coordinated a collection drive for canned goods and necessities for those affected by the hurricane, which hit the Puerto Rico on Sept. 20 and left dozens dead and the island without power.

Joseph hopes more zone, less man helps Denver D in long run (Mike Klis, 9 News)
“To play more zone coverage you need more focus on details,’’ Joseph said. “This team has been a man-to-man team primarily in the past. That’s an easy job as far as assignments. It’s hard job as far as physical ability. But we want to give our guys a break from time to time and play more zone.["]

Anderson hopes his best start leads to best finish (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
He credits a more consistent approach to his offseason -- "I finally picked something and stuck with it" -- that included plenty of cycling. Anderson said all of the work he put in before the start of training camp, as well as a more well-rounded recovery plan after workouts and games, has fueled what has happened to this point in the season.