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Broncos, Briefly: Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Posted May 9, 2018

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

2018 All-Rookie Team: Josh Rosen, Chubb will thrive (Bucky Brooks, NFL.com)
Just because Freeman enters the league as a third-round pick, that doesn't mean he's not positioned to be an immediate impact player. The ex-Oregon standout spits out 100-yard games like an ATM machine as the perfect companion to Case Keenum in the Broncos' backfield.

10 NFL rookies who landed with the perfect teams (Matt Bowen, ESPN Insider)
With Chubb and Von Miller, the Broncos have two bookend rushers to create chaos in passing situations. For starters, that's going to boost the secondary play in Denver.

The anti-Roethlisberger approach: Broncos veterans praise the importance of mentoring younger players (Nicki Jhabvala, The Athletic)
Stewart knows how the game works. He knows the NFL is a business — often a cold one — and believes mentorship is a necessity. Even it means teaching your replacement.
 

Why Stewart believes the 2018 Broncos defense can finish top-five in all categories (Kyle Frederickson, Denver Post)
“We still have key players in place,” Stewart said. “With (Chubb), he’s going to boost that pass rush and we’re going to be able to make more plays on the ball.”

Broncos should improve thanks to three major offseason upgrades (Mike Klis, 9News)
Joseph will be a better head coach in year two because McMahon will be a better special teams coordinator. McMahon is in his 10th consecutive season as an NFL special teams coordinator and players on his most recent team, the Indianapolis Colts, raved about him.