Broncos, Briefly: Friday, May 17, 2019

Broncos' Shelby Harris got a big raise for 2019 and hopes big year equals long-term contract (Ryan O'Halloran, Denver Post)
“I worked my butt off for this and it’s really showed me where I can go. I’m not done yet. This is a little stepping stone.”

Connor McGovern has grown to take-charge leader of Broncos' offensive line (Mike Klis, 9NEWS)
“I’m not the oldest guy in the room, but I’ve been in that room the longest," McGovern said.

Playing careers not always helping Broncos coaches (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
“... I thought I knew a lot more than I did, a lot more," Munchak said with a laugh. “You come to appreciate, right away, in coaching, you don’t know anywhere near what you thought you knew. I knew my little world, but I didn’t know the big picture. I didn’t know anything close to the big picture, I'm not sure I knew the little picture."

Versatile Kareem Jackson sees time at safety and in slot (Pat Graham, Associated Press)
"At some point, I'm sure I'll get some reps at corner also," said the 31-year-old Jackson, who was a first-round pick by Houston in 2010. "I'm trying to prepare for all three spots."

'He's got the trait you can't teach': Why Brendan Langley made the switch from CB to WR (Nicki Jhabvala, The Athletic)
The change has infused new life into Langley’s young career. He took No. 21, a number he wore in high school and college, and flipped it to No. 12 to make his switch official.

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