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Broncos, Briefly: Monday, April 15, 2019

Hanging with Tiger, dining with Gary Player and caddying for Zach Johnson: Inside Brandon McManus' trip to the Masters (Nicki Jhabvala, The Athletic)
"I've never seen a well-oiled machine like this before. It was truly incredible."

Broncos Insider: One big thing Courtland Sutton says he will improve in 2019 (Kyle Fredrickson, Denver Post)
Year 2 also calls for self-reflection. Sutton caught 42 passes for 704 yards and four touchdowns as a rookie. More is expected of a No. 1 wide receiver. What's the first step toward progress? Let Sutton explain.

AFC Roster Reset: Chiefs, Chargers, Patriots sit atop conference (Gregg Rosenthal,
Joe Flacco is a boom-or-bust pickup for Denver, but it's hard not to like a coaching staff led by defensive mastermind Vic Fangio and offensive line maestro Mike Munchak.

Pro Football Hall of Fame plans massive celebration for 2020 NFL centennial (Susan Glasser, Cleveland Plain Dealer)
The Pro Football Hall of Fame plans to mark that meeting in grand style with a multi-day Centennial Celebration in September 2020. Organizers hope the event will be bigger than the Super Bowl, featuring thousands of former NFL players and Olympic-style theatrics.

FMIA: What if Arizona doesn't draft Kyler Murray with the No. 1 pick? (Peter King, Football Morning in America)
It's 10 days before the first round kicks off, and we've talked ourselves into being sure the Cardinals will take Murray and pair him with the coach who lusts after him, rookie coach Kliff Kingsbury. And if I had to do my mock today, I'd give Murray to Arizona. (Useless Information Dept.: MOCK DRAFT ALERT!! Mine is next Monday.) It makes a lot of sense to pair your McVayesque head coach with the quarterback he loves.