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Broncos, Briefly: Friday, July 28, 2017

Roby talks cornerback trio (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
"I think we could be a top three," Roby said. "I don't know why they act like there are only two corners out there now. I can see back in the day with two corners but now there are three corners a lot of the time, so they need to change that conversation. We're already the top trio so there's no debate on that.

Joseph spices up Day 1 of QB competition with focus on red zone (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)*
In his first training camp practice as the Broncos' head coach, Joseph had his quarterbacks confined primarily to the red zone for team drills, forcing them to think and react quickly from the outset and testing their knowledge of installs they would typically see later in camp. *

Opportunities early in camp plentiful for those vying for time in the Broncos' backfield (Nick Kosmider, Denver Post)*
The running back competition is open for business, and Booker's injury and Charles' limitations have opened the door for the rest of a group full of players who believe they have plenty to prove. *

Broncos open training camp with "better spark" after missing postseason (Nick Kosmider, Denver Post)*
"We came out with a better spark this year, for sure," safety T.J. Ward said. "You can definitely tell this team is on a mission, and it's the way we practice, carrying over from (organized team activities) and minicamp." *

Hungry running back takes long journey to Denver (Mike Klis, 9News)*
On Thursday, an unemployed Ridley was so thrilled with a potential job prospect, he took a morning flight out of New Orleans to Denver and arrived at Broncos headquarters a little before noon. *

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