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Broncos, Briefly: Friday, May 20, 2016

Bralon Addison, the Broncos' next dynamic punt returner and offensive weapon? (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)_ As he transitions to the NFL, the best way for him to make a name for himself will be as a punt returner, where he scored three touchdowns in his two years as a starter._

Von Miller spends some amusement time with Odell Beckham Jr. (ESPN.com)
If Von Miller's Instagram account is any indication, he is continuing to have a good time celebrating the Denver Broncos' Super Bowl victory.

New team, same Brock (Jenny Vrentas, MMQB.com)
"I could probably stand up and have a press conference and thank 100 guys within that Denver organization, along with all those teammates I played with. So there is no grudge. I have nothing but love for my time I spent in Denver, and appreciation, and gratitude."

Virgil Green hoping to provide more in pass protection (Curtis Crabtree, Pro Football Talk)
After five seasons spent mostly as a blocking option behind Julius Thomas, Owen Daniels and others, Denver Broncos tight end Virgil Green is looking to seize the opportunity to be more productive in the Broncos' passing offense.

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Max Garcia speaks on inspirational night at YESS Institute banquet (Ben Swanson)
Students from North, West and Lincoln high schools were on hand to share their success stories through difficult times in their lives when they thought they were destined for failure, and the night concluded with the awarding of scholarships and other rewards for academic triumph.

Rod Smith on what the members of the 2016 Ring of Fame class meant to him (Andrew Mason)
"All three of these guys, I played with them, learned something from each of them and now the professionalism and how much they loved and endeared the Broncos," Smith said.

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