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Broncos, Briefly: Friday, May 18, 2018

Time for NFL cheerleading to change? Broncos cheerleaders past and present weigh in (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)*
Gioia Bartalo started dancing at 3 years old with a dream of one day making it to the bigs. She wanted to be a professional. She wanted to stand on the sidelines for an NFL team, carrying out a shared passion in her family. *

Broncos sign former Colorado State quarterback (Ryan O'Halloran, Denver Post)Agent Lynn Lashbrook asked his client, former Colorado State quarterback Nick Stevens, a simple question Wednesday afternoon. "You ready to be a Denver Bronco?"

For first time since 2011, Broncos will not add to Ring of Fame this year (Mike Klis, 9News)The six-year run of inductees that started with receiver Rod Smith in 2012 and finished with coach Red Miller in 2017 was the longest consecutive streak of Ring of Fame inductees. The Ring of Fame, which Broncos owner Pat Bowlen in 1984, will stand with 32 members for another year. It remains one of the most exclusive team hall of fames in sports.

NFL may make ejections subject to replay review (Michael David Smith, Pro Football Talk)
Under the proposed rule, which the owners will vote on next week, disqualification of a player will be added to the list of reviewable plays, which also includes possession of the ball, touching the ball, touching the ground, plays governed by the goal line, sidelines, line of scrimmage, line to gain, number of players on the field and proper game administration.

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