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Broncos, Briefly: Monday, Nov. 27, 2017

**In an increasingly lost season, Siemian 'showed what he's about'**(Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
"It's been a hard time on Trevor," Joseph said. "He's had a couple weeks where he's had to watch and even not dress last week. I was very proud of Trevor, the way he handled the week and the way he played [Sunday]. That speaks to him as a person."

**Broncos lose 3 defensive starters to injury, ejection; Thomas reaches milestone; more notes **(Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Receiver Demaryius Thomas caught five passes to become the eighth active NFL player and the third player in Broncos history to record 600 career catches (604 rec.). Thomas is the fastest Broncos to reach 600 career receptions, doing so in his 112th game.

**Joseph upset Talib let personal battle hurt team**(Mike Klis, 9 News)
He plays with ultra-competitive emotion. It's what helps makes him an All Pro cornerback who one day will receive consideration for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

**Raiders beat Broncos 21-14 in fight-filled game**(Josh Dubow, Associated Press)
With one starting receiver ejected, a second hurt and Oakland's once 21-point lead down to seven, Derek Carr dropped back to pass with a chance to seal a victory with a third-down conversion.

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