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Broncos, Briefly: Friday, Nov. 24, 2017


]( are attacking the Broncos' defense differently this year. A side effect: Less fun for Chris Harris
(Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)*
"People are saying I'm not playing good, but I'm really balling."*

**Former Broncos TE Tamme announces his retirement**(Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Tamme followed quarterback Peyton Manning from Indianapolis and signed with the Broncos as a free agent in 2012. He played three seasons in Denver, helping the Broncos shatter offensive records in 2013 and reach Super Bowl XLVIII.

**Broncos TE Traylor has turned nomadic start of NFL career into opportunity in Denver**(Nick Kosmider, Denver Post)
The nomadic season would have been enough to give some players whiplash. But it only strengthened Traylor's resolve to overcome more adversity, which has played a recurring role in his football career.

**Games will show what Lynch can do away from 'controlled environment'**(Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
As Denver Broncos quarterback Paxton Lynch stayed a few moments after practice Thursday to work through a few items on his to-do list with interim offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave, it was clear the Broncos are giving Lynch plenty of cram sessions to try to get the second-year quarterback ready for his third career start.

**Dish Network, CBS reach deal after millions miss Chargers-Cowboys game**(A.J. Perez, USA Today)
Dish Network and CBS reached multi-year agreement late Thursday night, hours after nearly three million customers were unable to watch the Los Angeles Chargers-Dallas Cowboys game.

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