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Broncos, Briefly: Friday, Feb. 23, 2018

Vance Joseph, on the value of a veteran QB and on looming Broncos decisions (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
"We all understand on how the quarterback position has a direct influence on how your team plays, Joseph said Thursday at a charitable bike distribution for students in Denver.

Vance Joseph leads Broncos in distributing more than 100 bicycles to low-income students in Denver (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
*"It was fun to have a chance to actually build the bikes and then give them away," Joseph said. "Half of doing community service is actually doing work, so it was fun to build them. We had 80 people there and it took us 45 minutes to build 110 bikes. Hopefully we can do more in the future, so that part was fun." *

Can the running backs in the NFL’s 2018 draft class approach the high bar set by last season’s group? (Nick Kosmider, Denver Post)
It takes just once glance at last season's playoff bracket to see the impact made by the running backs in the NFL's 2017 draft class.

Health of current players will play role in Broncos’ offseason plans (Jeff Legwold,
How some current Broncos progress as they come back from injuries will impact how the team goes about its business.

NFL contingent to participate in inaugural Advocacy in Sports workshop (Lindsay Jones, USA Today)
The curriculum's goal will be to connecting the current climate and social justice movements to the past. Fifteen of the participating athletes will travel next week to Alabama for civil rights lessons in
* Birmingham, Montgomery and Selma. *

2018 NFL Draft: Josh Allen leads top 10 boom-or-bust prospects (Chad Reuter,
Projecting the success of college football stars to the NFL is an inexact science.

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