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Broncos, Briefly: Monday, June 10, 2019

**Beat-up trick, Busch Light and chew: Broncos fullback values simple things** (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
Then, in the front row most days, tucked between the rest, there is function over form. It's the off-the-rack, blue, Dodge pickup truck, model year 2000, with the cracked window and assorted items scattered across the dashboard.

**Chris Harris Jr.: 'I definitely want to be in the rafters when I'm done here'** (Mike Klis, KUSA)
"Oh yeah, it definitely matters," Harris said. "I definitely want to be in the rafters when I'm done here. I know the fans wanted me here, my family wanted me here. It just made sense to go out here and do whatever I can to prove it that I want to retire here."

**Broncos' Vic Fangio bridges age gap with players — compliments or not** (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)The 60-year-old has introduced himself to his players by staying true to what he believes works in any era.

**'I've boxed before, but not like this': Following Derek Wolfe's lead, Broncos add new element to offseason training** (Nicki Jhabvala, The Athletic)
Under the tutelage of Factory X's founder and noted Muay Thai/MMA instructor Marc Montoya, a good chunk of the Broncos' defense has paraded in and out of these doors typically once a week for boxing workouts tailored to their own craft.

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