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Broncos, Briefly: Thursday, January 5, 2016

Posted Jan 5, 2017

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

Dave Toub, Kyle Shanahan first up on Broncos' interview schedule (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
The Denver Broncos’ decision-makers will hit the road this week as they prepare to interview two candidates (currently on playoff teams) for their head-coaching job.

NFL coaching tracker: Candidate interviews for Broncos, other teams (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Chiefs special-teams coordinator: Toub, the least-known of the Broncos’ candidates, will get the first crack. He will interview Friday.
 

ESPN.com's Mike Sando talks about the appeal of the Broncos' (Mike Sando, ESPN.com)
ESPN.com's Mike Sando talks about the appeal of the Broncos' and the Rams' head-coaching jobs, why the 49ers' coaching vacancy is more attractive than that of the Bills and the Jaguars' QB situation.

Underappreciated Storylines: Gary Kubiak’s Career (NFL.com)
The Good Morning Football crew celebrated Kubiak’s career.

Miller and The 2017 Sports 30 Under 30 (Daniel Kleinman, Forbes.com)
To make our list, we look for those who flex either brawn, brains or both to be game changers on and off the field.
 

Check out what's on DenverBroncos.com:

Elway: 'The goal hasn't changed' (DenverBroncos.com)
John Elway talks about what the team wants in a new head coach and that he thinks the Broncos are close to returning to the Super Bowl.

Stewart reflects on impressive 2016 year (Matt Boyer)
A Super Bowl ring, a new contract with Denver, and a (potential) Pro Bowl season are some of the events Darian Stewart reflected on earlier this week with Broncos TV's Matt Boyer.

'You had to account for No. 47': John Lynch again named Hall of Fame finalist (Aric DiLalla)
Lynch is on the brink of Canton once again.

Through the Years: John Lynch (DenverBroncos.com)
A look at Lynch’s career.

Through the Years: Terrell Davis (DenverBroncos.com)
A look at Davis’ career.