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Mile High Morning: Why the Broncos could be a 'surprise playoff team'
"No team under .500 has a higher ceiling than the 2-3 Denver Broncos," NFL.com's Gregg Rosenthal wrote.
Mile High Morning: Peyton Manning to team up with Steph Curry vs. Mickelson and Barkley in next edition of 'The Match'
This edition of "The Match" will be held on Nov. 27 at 1 p.m. MT on TNT.
Mile High Morning: Celebrating Victory Monday after a big road win over the Patriots
After upsetting the Patriots at home, the Broncos took to social media to celebrate their victory.
Mile High Morning: Jerry Jeudy surprises his mother with a huge birthday gift
His mother, clearly stunned, wiped away tears after hearing Jerry's message.
Mile High Morning: Drew Lock, Cam Newton near expected returns ahead of Week 6 Broncos-Patriots game
New England could get their top defensive player back, too.
Mile High Morning: Why Phillip Lindsay's words about COVID-19 from September now carry extra weight
Phillip Lindsay's father, Troy, was hospitalized for COVID-19 during the summer, and he says he's still feeling the impact.
Mile High Morning: Vic Fangio reveals how COVID-19 has hit close to home
King's story also details Fangio's day, including when he got the news and the decisions it forced him to make.
Mile High Morning: With unexpected weekend off, Broncos players take in NFL's Sunday slate, LeBron's NBA Finals victory
Denver players found themselves with lots of free time on Sunday, and several spent it watching an exciting slate of games.
Mile High Morning: Justin Simmons earns iron-man honors from NFL Research through first four games
Simmons is just one of 33 players not to miss a defensive snap so far in the 2020 season, per NFL Research.
Mile High Morning: Von Miller remaining hopeful for return to action before end of 2020 season
"If I can play, I'm going to play," Miller told The Denver Post.
Mile High Morning: Gordon and Lindsay named fifth-best RB tandem in NFL by ESPN
"[T]hese two are in their prime and under team control through at least 2021," ESPN's Mike Clay wrote.