Christian McCaffrey is a star in Colorado, but he feels disrespected among RBs in 2017](http://www.denverpost.com/2017/03/02/christian-mccaffrey-nfl-combine/) (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)*
The biggest star in Colorado has been hiding under a white hoodie and black Nike sweats at Landow Performance, a Centennial training facility a mile and a half from Broncos headquarters. *
The search for "Bronco guys" (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
First-year Broncos head coach Vance Joseph has continued a team tradition of seeking "Bronco guys" in the NFL draft. So what does that mean?
Schofield and Coyne are workout partners for life (Aaron Matas, 9News)*Support is fundamental during offseason training, not to mention there's nothing like competing against another top-notch athlete to stay in the best physical shape. For Broncos 304-pound offensive lineman, Michael Schofield, his support rests with his 5-foot-2, 130-pound fiance, Kendall Coyne. *
Elway clears the air about quarterback situation (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
Elway and Joseph have said if the Broncos let Siemian and Lynch compete in training camp for the starting job, they will emerge with a quarterback who can help get them back into playoffs. But each quarterback has carried a question in tow, at least in the national narrative.
McCaffrey: It would be 'awesome' to be picked by Broncos (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
McCaffrey met with the Broncos' decision-makers Wednesday night. Not as a hometown kid catching up, but as a versatile runner, receiver and returner the Broncos could use to spice up an offense that will get plenty of attention in free agency and the draft.
Lynch's first look at combine as evaluator came with Broncos (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
The newly minted San Francisco 49ers general manager was among the Denver Broncos' personnel and scouting staff one previous time in Indianapolis at the invitation of Broncos executive vice president of football operations/general manager John Elway.
Broncos' free agent pursuits include quarterback, line help (Troy Renck, KMGH)
Look for the Broncos to be aggressive in free agency, particularly at guard. There are plenty of options, including Cincinnati's Kevin Zeitler, Dallas' Ronald Leary, Green Bay's T.J. Lang and Detroit's Larry Warford.
Elway thinks he has "that guy" in Lynch (Michael David Smith, Pro Football Talk)
Broncos General Manager John Elway says the top job when building a team is finding the franchise quarterback who can be "that guy." And Elway thinks he drafted "that guy" last year.
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After Leonard Fournette and Christian McCaffrey, bypassing bowls could be new normal for top prospects (Andrew Mason)
It's a question that threatens to upend the competitiveness and prove the lack of necessity of college postseason bowl games: Should players with legitimate draft prospects simply sit out their bowls rather than risk injury in a game that has no bearing on title hopes that had sailed away at least one month earlier?
Colorado at the Combine: CU's Liufau driven to prove NFL talent (Ben Swanson)
Former Colorado Buffaloes quarterback Sefo Liufau knows he needs to show progress in his throwing mechanics to make the transition to the next level, but that's a step he's devoted to making.
McCaffrey's versatility helps him stand out to Broncos in crowded RB class (Aric DiLalla)
Christian McCaffrey said Thursday at his media availability that no one else can do "all the things I can."