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Broncos, Briefly: Friday, June 22, 2018

A lot can be learned from a fan-oriented "chalk talk" presentation. Especially when the local starting quarterback is the drawing up the X's and O's.

The Broncos' ability to land the draft's highest-rated pass-rusher, Bradley Chubb, with the fifth overall pick is what boosted their offseason grade into the upper ranks. One exec thought Keenum and Chubb could help Denver push deep into the AFC playoffs, possibly to the conference championship game, but there was enough uncertainty to give others pause.

Miller is a special kind of freak. Bending the edge with otherworldly speed and dexterity, he's a nightmare for quarterbacks, offensive linemen, offensive coordinators and everyone else involved with NFL passing games. In seven pro seasons, Miller has been to the Pro Bowl six times, racking up Defensive Rookie of the Year and Super Bowl MVP honors along the way.

Denver Broncos tight end Jeff Heuerman picked a special location to host his first youth football camp.

They decided to model the new Brisbane franchise, which was founded in 1988, on the Denver Broncos and adopted marketing ideas and the establishment of a charities fund from the three-time Super Bowl champions, as well as their name.

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