MMQB staff discuss the Broncos' QB situation (Peter King, MMQB.com)
The MMQB's Peter King, Jenny Vrentas and Gary Gramling take a look at the return of Eagles' QB Sam Bradford, the future of Vikings' RB Adrian Peterson, the Broncos' curious quarterback situation and the rise of Annie Apple.
To sign Von, Broncos will have some cap-maneuvering to do (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
The Broncos have now signed five of their eight picks, including safety Justin Simmons (third-round pick) and running back Devontae Booker (fourth-round pick) on Friday, but beyond their first-year class they remain largely in a holding pattern on contracts until they can, or can't, hammer out a deal for linebacker Von Miller.
ICYMI: former Broncos RB Knowshon Moreno appears to be calling it a career (Michael David Smith, Pro Football Talk)
Although he's only 28 years old, Moreno is most likely done playing, according to Mike Klis of 9 News in Denver. Klis reports that Moreno is keeping himself in shape in case he gets another opportunity, but that doesn't appear likely — Klis puts the chances that Moreno will retire at 80 percent.
A look back of the week that was for the Broncos (Ken Pompino, BSN Denver)
Don't look now, but we're at the midpoint of May, meaning there are fewer than four months until the regular season is upon us. Before we get too far ahead of ourselves, though, here's a look at back at the eventful week that was in Broncos Country.
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Mase teaches you a thing or two about football in this week's mailbag (Andrew Mason)
*If you have unusually athletic 3-technique ends like Derek Wolfe and Malik Jackson, you can use them as 5-techniques, because they have the speed to be threats from the outside and can create mismatches in one-on-one situations against opposing tackles. (If Adam Gotsis develops as hoped, he could be next in line to be used like this.) *
Broncos fullback Cookie Gilchrist's story told in detail (Jim Saccomano)
[Gilchrist] was All-American Football League in his one season here, rushing for 954 yards and adding 154 on receptions for 1,108 total, along with seven total touchdowns. The rushing figure remains Denver's single-season high for a fullback, and the design of the game today suggests his mark will never be broken.
*Check out what the Broncos Cheerleaders have been up to in Mexico (Video)
The Denver Broncos Cheerleaders go on adventures in Xplor, Xcaret and Xel-Ha. *