Peyton Manning Would've Been on NFL Top 100 List (Joe Nguyen, Denver Post)](https://www.denverpost.com/2016/06/16/peyton-manning-wouldve-been-on-nfl-top-100-list-if-he-didnt-retire/)*
Is Peyton Manning a better quarterback than Derek Carr, Andy Dalton, Philip Rivers and Eli Manning? The answer is yes, according to NFL Network's Amber Theoharis, who said on the NFL Top 100 post-reaction show that the retired Broncos quarterback would have ranked No. 35 if he did not retire.*
Broncos rookies fighting for playing time (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
When the defending Super Bowl champion tries to squeeze its rookie class into its roster later this summer, Lynch will make the cut but several other first-year players have a shot at far more playing time.
Anderson stands up for Sanchez's experience (Marc Sessler, NFL.com)
Mark Sanchez remains an easy target in Denver, but running back C.J. Anderson went out of his way to stick up for the quarterback.
Anunike ready for bigger role on the Broncos defensive line (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Defensive end Kenny Anunike spent the Broncos' offseason program on the sidelines, recovering from a knee injury that landed him on the injured reserve list late last season.
Phillips receives replacement Super Bowl 50 ring (Mike Florio, Pro Football Talk)
The long-time NFL head coach and assistant coach has posted on Twitter a photo of his new ring and his old ring, with a side-by-side that shows the error on the first ring. They spelled his last name P-E-T-E-R-S.
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Inside OTAs: Pariani Mic'd Up (Broncos TV)
Tight Ends Coach Brian Pariani was wired for sound during the final week of the offseason program.
Marshall signs contract, calls it a 'dream come true' (Broncos TV)
Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall officially signs his contract, and reveals what his plans will be for this upcoming offseason.