Broncos, Briefly: Monday, May 27, 2019

2019 NFL season: One key homegrown player for each AFC team (Gregg Rosenthal, NFL.com)
Sutton was the subject of an unfair amount of offseason hype last season -- and still, he mostly delivered. For a second-round pick to accumulate 704 receiving yards as a rookie is impressive, no matter how he got there. Now an unfair amount of expectations will be placed on him again.

An apartment full of rookies helped Troy Fumagalli in tough times. Now he gets a second chance to prove he belongs as an NFL tight end. (Kyle Fredrickson, Denver Post)
“There are days where you’re hurt that things go up and down,” Fumagalli said. “You don’t know what’s going to happen.”

Predicting the story of the season for all 32 NFL teams (NFL Nation, ESPN.com)
Can the Broncos' offense be the best it's been since Peyton Manning retired?

Mike Munchak hopes to "develop something" with Garett Bolles (Josh Alper, Pro Football Talk)
Munchak will be working with all of the linemen, but left tackle Garett Bolles figures to be a particular concern. The 2017 first-round pick needs to cut down on penalties — he was flagged 27 times, including 19 holding calls, in his first two seasons — but Munchak believes Bolles has the right tools that need consistent development after working with two other offensive line coaches in his first two seasons.

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