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Broncos, Briefly: Friday, April 13, 2018

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Denver Bronco Battles Complex Disease For Mom And Others](http://denver.cbslocal.com/2018/04/12/sarcoidosis-zach-kerr-denver-broncos/) (Kathy Walsh, CBS4)*
[I]t's been especially hard for [DE Zach] Kerr to watch his mother battle what's called sarcoidosis, an inflammatory disease where immune system cells clump together in an organ.*

Keep the No. 5 pick or trade down? With QB in place, Broncos have options (Nicki Jhabvala, The Athletic)
It's a luxury few teams have, to be able to draft the best player available. But it's also one that leaves the Broncos with a difficult decision that will affect their roster for years to come.

Candidates for the Broncos' No. 5 pick (Mike Klis, 9News)
In some ways, the Broncos have more player options at No. 5 than the Browns do at No. 1. The Browns must take who they believe is the best quarterback. For the Broncos, at least two quarterbacks will be gone by the time they're on the clock with the No. 5 overall selection, and maybe three. The top non-quarterback player, and maybe the top two, maybe be gone by No. 5.

Denver Broncos 2018 offseason moves (PFF Analysis Team, Pro Football Focus)
The Denver Broncos are another on the list of teams to address a need to their quarterback room, whether bridging the gap on a potential young signal-caller with a short-term fix, or a viable option to carry them through the next several seasons. Denver brought in Case Keenum, fresh off a career year with the Minnesota Vikings, who pushed all the way to the NFC Championship Game in 2017. They also brought in fellow former Vikings CB Tramaine Brock and former Buccaneers DI Clinton McDonald to help fill certain losses and add depth.

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