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Broncos, Briefly: Monday, January 16, 2017

In Joseph, Broncos went for best locker room leader, not coordinator (Mike Klis, KUSA)
It's obvious to all the Denver Broncos did not pick their new head coach on coordinator proficiency alone.

Broncos will need to add depth at linebacker (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
"It didn't go like we hoped that's for sure," Marshall said. "And for me, I didn't do the things I expected, make the plays I expected to and should make. I'm going to get right and come back stronger. I can do a lot more."

"That's the fun part": Vance Joseph prepared for toughest aspect of Broncos head coaching gig (Dennis Best, BSN Denver)
Will you be able to thrive under the pressure of being the coach of such a prestigious franchise? The answer was short, sweet, and said exactly what everybody wanted to hear.

Evaluating the Broncos 2016 rookie draft class now and going forward (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
Denver needs a great draft this spring to help fill holes on its roster. Here's a look back on the impact the Broncos' rookie class made in 2016. Season grades are based on player performance balanced against their draft position.

Steelers hold off Chiefs on Boswell's 6 field goals, 18-16 (Barry Wilner, Associated Press)
Throw in a stingy Pittsburgh defense for most of Sunday night, and a multitude of mistakes by Kansas City, and the Steelers' 18-16 victory sent them into the AFC championship game.

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Broncos agree to terms with John Benton as assistant offensive line coach (DenverBroncos.com)
The Denver Broncos on Sunday agreed to terms with John Benton to be their assistant offensive line coach, Head Coach Vance Joseph announced.

Mason's Mailbag: The coaching change, defense and more (Andrew Mason)
As for positions, the offensive and defensive lines should be the focus.

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