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The Squeeze: Von Miller's "Cribs" debut to air this weekend

Posted Jun 16, 2017

A concentrated look at the recent juice on the Denver Broncos.

1. Check out Von's crib

Want to know what Von Miller's house looks like? MTV is reviving its popular show "MTV Cribs" for its Snapchat Discover channel, and Miller will be one of the first athletes featured. His "episode" will be available on Snapchat for 48 hours beginning Satutrday, June 17.

2. Nice, 'Two Dice'

Pro Football Focus continues to announce its top-graded players of 2016. Center Matt Paradis landed their No. 1 spot with a grade of 90.7, just eding out Dallas Cowboys center Travis Frederick.


3. Freaky Friday

People seem to be confusing rookie running back De'Angelo Henderson with veteran running back C.J. Anderson. What do you think, Broncos Country? Do they look alike?


4. Summer break!

The Broncos wrapped up their last day of minicamp Thursday, meaning the team is officially on summer break. See y'all in July!

Always great when u can play with your oldest son @vonmiller ... OTAs over and done!

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5. Charles' got speed

After watching this throwback video of Jamaal Charles competing in the 2003 IAAF World Youth Championships, you'll understand why the Broncos signed him. Check out that speed!