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Broncos, Briefly: Monday, June 20, 2016


Black Lab Sports helping pro athletes gain foothold in business]( (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)*
Bannan was among the fortunate. His 12-year career as an NFL defensive tackle, which included two seasons in Denver, came to end in 2014. There was no second job awaiting him, but there was a starting point: an interest in technology and business.*

Broncos quarterback mystery: Sanchez or Siemian (Mike Klis, 9News)
Everything points to Mark Sanchez as the Denver Broncos' starting quarterback. Everything except a definitive endorsement from his head coach.

Broncos 53-man roster projection has both Hillman and Thompson (Jeff Legwold,
The Denver Broncos wrapped their offseason program on Thursday and will have their first full training camp practice July 28 in Englewood, Colo. Here's a 53-man roster projection.

Are the Raiders the most improved team in the AFC West? (Jeff Legwold,
The combination of a franchise-changing draft class and the amount of salary-cap room the Raiders had this offseason is exactly what they needed. It would be a surprise, and a big one at that, if the Raiders don't end the playoff drought.

Father’s Day tributes from NFL players (Emily Kaplan,
My dad always taught me to never forget where you came from or the people that got you to where you are today. I'm not sure the best present, but I've been wanting to get him a boat he can take out on the lake.

Kubiak being coy about starting QB (Mike Florio, Pro Football Talk)
With the Broncos having three candidates to become the Week One starter, coach Gary Kubiak wisely isn't showing his hand.

Broncos quarterbacks share plans for summer (Ryan Koenigsberg,*
As the quarterbacks prepare to head into training camp in what head coach Gary Kubiak is still calling an open competition, their plans for the six weeks or so off were a big topic of conversation. *

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Re-signing , what's up at RB (Andrew Mason)
You try to figure out which of the two is most difficult to replace. That proved to be Marshall, with his blend of stoutness against the run, coverage ability, pass-rushing prowess and leadership.

Lynch succeeds only with help from family (Ben Swanson)
David, along with his wife, Stacie, and their older son, Evin, each offered Paxton the support to help him reach the NFL. Without them—his father's devotion to be involved, his mother's openness and comfort, his brother's drive to see him succeed—Paxton Lynch may never have gotten this far.

Football continues to grow at the college level (Jim Saccomano)
But while many people may feel that growth and expansion is at an end, that the game cannot get bigger, statistics show that on the college and university level just the opposite is true.

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