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Broncos, Briefly: Friday, Nov. 8, 2019

First he was Malik Reed, “The Dream Killer”, the undrafted rookie sensation of Broncos training camp.

By Week 5 he had become Malik Reed, a more-than-capable replacement at outside linebacker for Bradley Chubb, lost for the season with a knee injury.

So, what’s the next label for Reed?

“We’ve had almost 10 years to see what guys needed and what guys wanted and kind of see the flaws of this CBA,” Harris Jr, one of the Broncos’ alternate union representatives, said.” “We didn’t get to be a part of those negotiations, but we see the flaws of what they did. Hopefully we can try to fix that and make it way better.”

As the Broncos enjoy their bye week, DenverBroncos.com will examine where this year’s team has been and where it is going.

First up, we’ll take a look at a few players on offense who have made a surprising impact through the team’s first nine games.

Wednesday afternoon, Richie Medina was treated to an amazing surprise to help get him through the next round of treatment. Broncos star running back Phillip Lindsay paid him a special visit.

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