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Broncos, Briefly: Monday, January 23, 2017

A how-to for Siemian or Lynch to win starting job (Jeff Legwold,
In that vein, we decided to ask experts what, exactly, Siemian and Lynch need to do to win the job next season.

The Broncos have to revitalize to get back to the Super Bowl in 2017 (Woody Paige, KMGH)
In that vein, we decided to ask experts what, exactly, Siemian and Lynch need to do to win the job next season.

Lynch believes he'll have honest shot to win Broncos' starting QB job (Eric Edholm, Yahoo! Sports)
"From what I've head, that's how it's going to be," Lynch told Shutdown Corner this weekend by phone. "Hearing Coach Vance [Joseph] talk, when he first came in, that's what it's going to be like. I think it was that way last year, too, but … I wasn't really sure [what his chances were]."

Players Only: Sanders and Ware reflect on championship memories (
Emmanuel Sanders and DeMarcus Ware joined the NFL's pregame show ahead of Championship Sunday.

Ware explains what makes Tom Brady tough to beat (
DeMarcus Ware details Tom Brady's ability to win big games.

Super Bowl 51 is set as the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots will meet in Houston (Lionel Bienvenu, KMGH)
A season that began with Tom Brady serving a four-game suspension will end with him in the Super Bowl, where his New England Patriots will take on Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons.

Ultimate Super Bowl Preview (Ben Arledge, ESPN The Magazine)*
Tom Brady isn't exactly mobile, but his average of 2.39 seconds from snap to throw keeps him out of trouble under pressure. He shouldn't have to worry much against Atlanta, whose defense pressured QBs only 24.9 percent of the time (sixth-lowest in the league). *

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Mason's Mailbag: Potential compensatory picks, a look toward the draft, and more (Andrew Mason)
The best source at projecting compensatory picks is, which currently projects the Broncos to receive two third-round picks (one for Brock Osweiler, one for Malik Jackson), a fourth-round selection (for Danny Trevathan) and a seventh-round pick (for Ryan Harris). The official disbursement of picks will be announced at the league meetings in March, but the Broncos would surely be pleased if that prognostication is accurate.

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