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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,
"... 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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