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Broncos, Briefly: Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018

Posted Jan 20, 2018

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

NFL1000: Ranking the Top 3-4 Outside Linebackers from 2017 Season (NFL1000 Scouts, Bleacher Report)
Von Miller is the league's most terrifying speed pass-rusher. With a devastating first step and the flexibility to get flat while running around the arc, Miller is tough to get a clean rep on as a blocker. When need be, Miller can turn to excellent hand usage and footwork to dance around offensive tackles with inside counter and spin moves. Though he has had more productive seasons in the past, Miller is still an elite pass-rusher who can take over games.

Gene Mingo: A Hall Of Fame Life (Karen Given, WBUR)
In at least one way, the defining moment of Gene Mingo’s football career — the one that led him from the Navy to the AFL and eventually to the NFL — happened in 1951, the summer before he turned 13. He spent that summer, like all the summers before it, hanging with his cousin, Dean.

Broncos head to Alabama to (maybe) find answers for 2018 (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
The opportunity to coach the Senior Bowl is as much an advantage as it is a recognition of failure. Under first-year head coach Vance Joseph, the Broncos finished 5-11 last season, went playoff-less yet again, and discovered a slew of roster holes to fill and major decisions to make.