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Broncos, Briefly: Friday, May 5, 2017

Long before Broncos signed him, Charles thought Elway was a boss (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
"I always wanted to play with Denver," Charles said shortly after he had signed his one-year deal. "Growing up, John Elway was my favorite player. I just like the environment, the team and the organization. I wanted to be a part of it."

Hidden behind two all-pros, Broncos CB knows his accolades will come with consistency (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post*Roby wants the respect. It's a part of what drives him. He aspires to be like former Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey, who is revered in Denver. For now, he'll settle for his teammates' respect. *

Red Miller, former Broncos coach who guided team to first Super Bowl, selected to Ring of Fame (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
*The Broncos' six-person Ring of Fame selection committee of former receiver-turned-analyst Dave Logan, former voice of the Broncos Larry Zimmer, former general manager John Beake, former defensive coordinator Joe Collier, team historian Jim Saccomano and president/CEO Joe Ellis voted unanimously to make Miller, 89, their lone inductee for 2017. *

Ray loves Broncos' addition of Charles. But in KC? "I know they're sick back home." (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)*When Charles signed a one-year contract with the Broncos, his former AFC West rival, on Tuesday, Ray knew immediately the collective feeling of his hometown. *

Broncos' Ray is in pursuit of 'a sack a game' (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)*
In the cycle of football life, DeMarcus Ware -- along with Von Miller -- helped shape Ray's first two seasons in the league, and now that Ware has retired, the Broncos are essentially looking at Ray to be ready for a spot at the front of the line. *

Broncos post-draft offense breakdown: Strengths, weaknesses and the middling (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)*The mention of Mike McCoy's offense causes Broncos players to smile. It's flexible, versatile and explosive. Emmanuel Sanders called it "wide receiver heaven." *

Sanders holds pizza party and special movie screening for kids from Boys & Girls Club (Nick Hehemann and Jeremy Chavez)*Wednesday night, the wide receiver did a whole lot more giving than receiving, handing out pizza and providing kids the opportunity to see an advanced screening of a movie. *

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