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Broncos, Briefly: Monday, May 21, 2018


Every NFL Team's Most Important Training Camp Battle]( (Gary Davenport, Bleacher Report)**
*With C.J. Anderson gone, there'll be a new lead back in Denver. Third-year pro Devontae Booker has piled up over 250 carries for the Broncos the last two years combined, but he hasn't done a lot with them—averaging 3.6 yards a rush. *

2019 NFL Draft: Nashville the favorite; Denver an underdog (Mike Klis, 9News)
*Denver is a decided underdog to host the event, with expectations soaring for Nashville. Come to think of it, it is difficult to beat the idea of having next year's first-round draft picks walk across the Grand Ole Opry stage. *

Broncos coach Vance Joseph discusses 4 hot topics heading into OTAs (Ryan O'Halloran, The Denver Post)
"You make your real football strides in Phase 3 during OTAs," Broncos coach Vance Joseph said. "It's when you can really see if the young guys have taken steps forward to being better players, you can see if your systems are working and you can see the timing with the quarterbacks and receivers. It allows you to have a clean evaluation."

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