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Broncos, Briefly: Friday, September 30, 2016

Schofield reshaping his image to Broncos' versatile Swiss army knife (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
He may be the most important offensive lineman on a 3-0 team because of his versatility.

Sanders, Thomas have some diva, but they're not distractions (Mike Klis, KUSA)
With Sanders and Thomas I'll put it this way: They have some diva in them, but they're not Ochocinco or T.O.-types. Emmanuel and DT are honest, not distractions.

Slot Corner: Harris plays an essential role in combating offenses (Tim Rohan, MMQB)*
Chris Harris Jr., whom many consider the best slot corner in football today, went to Kansas, wasn't invited to the combine and went undrafted in 2011. *

Miller never ceases to amaze (Andre Simone, BSN Denver)
Denver Broncos pass rushing linebacker Von Miller had himself a season in 2015, one that anointed him officially as a household name in the NFL. As crazy as it might sound, his start to the 2016 season might be even better.

Ware isn't letting his injury stop him from coaching up the defense (Chris Bohn, Mile High Sports)
DeMarcus Ware is stuck on the sideline for the next four to six weeks after having surgery to repair a broken bone in his forearm. While it can be frustrating, he knows he's still capable of contributing from the sideline; he's not letting it hold him or the team back.

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Check out what's on DenverBroncos.com:

Five things you should know from the Broncos' Thursday: Why being a "diva" is fine, and more (Andrew Mason)"I'll tell you what: Today was one of the best practices I've seen him have, in terms of the ball, when it was coming, how it was spinning today, and how accurate he was, and the height of the ball," wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders said. "He's getting better and better."

Miller named AFC Defensive Player of the Month (DenverBroncos.com)*This represents the third such honor of Miller's career, passing former cornerback Champ Bailey.
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Elway Access: Getting better and better (DenverBroncos.com)*In his weekly interview, John Elway talks about Trevor Siemian's progress, young guys stepping up and the challenges posed by the Tampa Bay offense.*

Through my eyes: Sanders recounts his first TD of the 2016 season (Emmanuel Sanders)My first touchdown of the 2016 season was a long time coming.

BMW Ultimate Performance: Siemian continues his growth (Andrew Mason)He also took that step by doing some of the little things.

Through the Years: Broncos vs. Buccaneers  (DenverBroncos.com)The Broncos have a 6-2 series lead over the Buccaneers.

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