Broncos, Briefly: Monday, April 1, 2019

Denver Broncos safety, Philly native returns home to inspire local students (Paul Kurtz, KYW Newsradio)
"I always told myself if I was in a position to make an impact toward the youth then I would do it,” he said. “I'm in a platform now where I can do it and I can do it at an all-time high."

Von Miller ready to increase leadership role with Broncos 'to get this thing right' (Ryan O'Halloran, Denver Post)
“I was vocal last year — I think it comes with time and being comfortable,” he said. “There isn’t a trigger that says, ‘Talk to these guys.’ It just kind of happens and you have to go with the flow and be alert of the time to do it. And you have to be on-point when you do it.”

Helping Bradley Chubb make a big jump in Year 2? Broncos coach Vic Fangio has some ideas (Ryan O'Halloran, Denver Post)
As the Chicago Bears’ defensive coordinator last year, Fangio said he “did a lot of work” evaluating Chubb even though the Bears did not have a first-round pick. Coaches being coaches, they always take a look at the top guys just in case. Fangio’s work became beneficial when he was hired by the Broncos.

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