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Broncos, Briefly: Monday, August 15, 2016

Miller 'geeks' out (Allison Sylte, KUSA)The Super Bowl MVP and Geek Squad pitchman was put to work in the Best Buy store in Lone Tree – something that was a surprise to a few customers.

Don't Blitz Broncos Defensive Coordinator Phillips (Troy Renck, KMGH)Again, don't like it? Stop them. The preseason isn't the glorified two-hand touch of the Pro Bowl. It's not up to an opponent to make concessions for liabilities.

Crick fitting in well on "by far" the deepest defense he's been a part of (Sam Cowhick, BSNDenver.com)Jared Crick joined a stacked Denver Broncos roster in the spring, rejoining his former Houston Texans Head Coach Gary Kubiak. It was a move that did not grab headlines due to the team's tumultuous offseason but it may be one of the biggest moves they made.

Booker is making moves  (Mike Klis, KUSA)When Booker makes that first cut? There is an explosion there that has the Broncos' brass thinking they have something special.

Denver Broncos held nothing back in preseason debut (Micali Rasterlli, Mile High Sports)"We wanted to come in and show ourselves that we haven't lost a beat. We're the same team from last year," Ward said. "It's definitely the same attitude. It may be a little bit better as far as wanting to dominate the opponent. We're clicking. It felt good to get that win today."

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Check out what's on DenverBroncos.com:

Sundays with Sacco: The Meaning of Preseason (Jim Saccomano)
This shapes up as the busiest week of the preseason for the Denver Broncos, who have open practices Monday through Wednesday, with Wednesday morning's session being a joint practice with the 49ers.

Mason's Mailbag: WR depth, the Hall of Fame Game, and more (Andrew Mason)
Now he says he's doing less thinking; he's settled and he's just playing. Thanks to his work on special teams last year, he established a base of success; he knew from his work there that he was good enough to play in the NFL. The rest has flowed from finding his comfort zone in the offense.

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