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Broncos, Briefly: Friday, June 1, 2018

Manning stops by as Broncos install simplified offense (Pat Graham, Associated Press)
"While a lot of football is X's and O's, and what are we doing, when are we doing it and why are we doing  it, the crux of it is how do we do it?" Musgrave said. "We're training our players on how to execute these plays this spring, the technique and that's where our focus is right now. We've got a system now and we'll train them on how to be sound Denver Broncos and really execute those plays out on the field."

Broncos listen up to Peyton Manning, DeMarcus Ware as they seek to rediscover mojo (Lindsay Jones, USA Today)
"He just talked a little bit about being a pro, and what that means, and how that's something that is not just while they're here," Broncos quarterbacks coach Mike Sullivan told USA TODAY Sports. "It's on the field, it's in the meeting rooms, the weight room. It's when they are away from the facility. I think that was a great message he could convey to the entire team."
 

NFL coaches are rallying to avoid the death of the kickoff (Terez Paylor, Yahoo! Sports)
"It won't be offensive linemen blocking skill players — it's going to be a speed and skill play now," Broncos coach Vance Joseph said.

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