Touchdown Wire's 2019 NFL All-Underrated Team (Doug Farrar, Touchdown Wire)
Playing everything from slot to deep thirds in Vic Fangio’s defense, Simmons has been a plus run defender and absolutely outstanding in coverage.
Von Miller hopes the Broncos are about to have their Gardner Minshew moment on Sunday against the Browns (Ryan O’Halloran and Kyle Newman, The Denver Post)
Can Brandon Allen, making his first NFL start Sunday against Cleveland in place of the injured Joe Flacco, inject the same sort of life into Denver as Minshew Mania has in Jacksonville? It’s not out of the realm of possibility, Miller said.
Von doesn't blame Brissett's breakaway handwarmer for missed sack (Mike Klis, 9News)
“It was two sacks that I could have had on him and the handwarmer came off, but I’m not blaming it on the handwarmer,’’ Miller said. “I have to do a better job of … I should have slowed down and really tempo’d it. I just ran in there. I have to give him more respect."
Could Chris Harris return to the Broncos in 2020? John Elway leaves open the possibility (Nicki Jhabvala, The Athletic)
Chris Harris Jr. will be dressed as a character from the movie “Frozen” for Halloween. He has to, he said. He has three young daughters and a fourth on the way, so trick-or-treating is not an option, nor is his costume.
Frankly, Harris is just glad to be with his family instead of in another city on another team.
Broncos offensive coordinator dismisses shots from Flacco (Arnie Stapleton, Associated Press)
''I just saw a quarterback that had lost a game and he was very frustrated with how it went,'' Scangarello said Thursday in his public first response to Flacco's accusations that Denver's coaching staff wasn't aggressive enough.