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Broncos, Briefly: Friday, November 11, 2016

At the Broncos' Thursday practice, the team hosted military members of the Warrior Transition Program from Ft. Carson. (photos by Eric Bakke)

Doss, Nixon look forward to homecoming against Saints (Christopher Dabe, The Times-Picayune)*
Lorenzo Doss and Taurean Nixon never spent much time apart during their first four months on the Denver Broncos. *

Broncos hope to stop Saints and Brees from marching on (Rod Mackey, KUSA)
The Denver defense will have faced the top five NFL quarterbacks after this week's game against the New Orleans Saints and Drew Brees may be the best of the bunch.

*Miller tries not to let holding hold him back (Jeff Legwold,
"I don't really worry about all that stuff," Miller said Thursday. "I just play."*

Pushing through: Gotsis, 24, American football player (Donna Walker-Mitchell, The Saturday Paper)
A lot of the guys expect nothing but to win again this year so you have to come in with that same mentality. I have to help these guys win the Super Bowl. Bottom line.

Changing fortunes add intrigue to Broncos-Saints matchup (Brett Martel, Associated Press)
The fortunes of the Denver Broncos and New Orleans Saints have changed considerably in little more than a month, making their midseason meeting in the Superdome on Sunday all the more compelling.

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Broncos, USAA host Warrior Transition Unit (
Following practice on Thursday, Broncos players and coaches interacted with the Fort Carson Warrior Transition Unit, as it was touring the facility with hosts USAA and the wives of coaches and staff.

Elway Access: Playing with emotion (
In his weekly interview, John Elway talks about having a sense of urgency, the offense getting frustrated and facing Drew Brees.

Five Broncos things you should know: Returning, tackling and Intel (Andrew Mason)
"I just think we can tackle better," Head Coach Gary Kubiak said. "First off, [Oakland] had 43 touches carrying the ball. That's a lot. So that makes it tough on you; throughout the course of the day, you've got to tackle well for a long time. I think we can tackle better than we did last week.

Talk Now with Ware: Salute to Service (DeMarcus Ware, NFL Network)
Follow along with DeMarcus Ware as he visits Buckley Air Force base for the NFL's Salute to Service campaign.

BMW Ultimate Performance: Bibbs' TD a triumph of quick decisions, teamwork (Andrew Mason)
Bibbs did plenty of things right on his scamper. But it takes teamwork and hustle to finish the play, which was the Broncos' longest pass play to a running back since a 72-yard Rod Smith (not a typo) toss to Clinton Portis on Oct. 5, 2003 at Kansas City.

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