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Broncos, Briefly: Monday, April 9, 2018


The Broncos' Futures program saved football in Denver Public Schools. But an even bigger impact of the feeder teams might still be seen]( (Kyle Newman, The Denver Post)**
*Since its inception in 2009, Futures increased participation in D.P.S. programs by 37 percent while also expanding to Aurora. *

Broncos hope draft is a talent grab after filling needs in free agency (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
*With eight picks overall -- all in the first five rounds -- the Broncos hope they've done enough to make the draft a search for talent over need. *

NFL linebacker, Birmingham mayor highlight King dinner in Hoffman Estates (Chicago Daily Herald)
The evening always features awards, and this year's courage award went to Brandon Marshall, a linebacker with the Denver Broncos.

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