Broncos, Briefly: Monday, June 11, 2018

Selections of history say Broncos can go from 5-11 to the Super Bowl (Mike Klis, 9News)

They can go from 5-11 in 2017 to playing in the Super Bowl to cap 2018. They can do it with a second-year head coach. Been done before. They can do it with a journeyman, free-agent quarterback in his first year with the team. It’s happened before.

On the Denver Broncos, Isaiah McKenzie and second chances

(Paul Klee, The Gazette)

It’s a tough one in the way that we’re all still human, and we fail. We fail terribly. One of Isaiah McKenzie’s failures just so happened to splat down in front of 76,820 at Mile High, a few hundred more than its listed capacity, and another 530,000 folks in the Denver TV market.

Following “rocky moments” in 2017, Broncos left tackle Garett Bolles focused on big improvement (Ryan O'Halloran, The Denver Post)

“Ninety-five percent of the game is technique. The other five percent is just being gifted.”

Five biggest questions facing NFL teams at minicamps (Dan Graziano, ESPN)

_After Thursday, the NFL goes dark for about a month and a half. So if you're into things like first-team rep tracking and live Twitter updates of 11-on-11 drills, this is the week for you. Watch it. Embrace it. Commit it to memory because it's going to have to last you for a while.

Global Down Syndrome Foundation's 'Dare to Cheer' Camp boosts kids' confidence (Caitlin Hendee, 9News)

A six-day summer camp at Valor Christian High School aims to give kids with Down syndrome a confidence boost through cheerleading and football.