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Broncos, Briefly: Monday, March 18, 2019

World Cup 2026 is one step closer to Denver Broncos' stadium with new LED lights (Kyle Frederickson, Denver Post)_
The dream of bringing World Cup soccer to Denver is closer to reality with the nearing completion of a major revision at Broncos Stadium._

Kareem Jackson's willingness to play safety could help extend career (Mike Klis, 9NEWS)_
“It’ll definitely work in my favor being able to move to safety after a year or so,’’ Jackson said in an interview with 9NEWS on Friday morning. “And for me, a lot of time depending on how we game plan I would play different positions. That’s something coach Vic (Fangio) wants to do here in terms of game planning and if they want to shuffle me around, I’m definitely willing to do that.’’_

Joe Flacco says he understands what it is to be Broncos' quarterback (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
You're next Joe Flacco._

Inside 2019 NFL free-agent contract numbers: Who really got the best deals? (Dan Graziano, ESPN.com)
The flurry of NFL free-agent signings last week came with its usual flurry of numbers. X player signed with X team for X years and XX,XXX,XXX dollars, of which X,XXX,XXX is guaranteed. You read and/or heard about it every minute of the first week of free agency, and it's hard to keep track of it all._

FMIA: How the Odell deal got done, and an NFL free agency wet blanket (Peter King, Football Morning in America)
What I know after this explosive week that I think you should know.

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