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Broncos, Briefly: Monday, Oct. 23, 2017

**Chipped and doubled: Welcome to life in the NFL for Von** (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
"I look at it like how Kobe would, or LeBron James," [Von Miller] says. "They get doubled every single night. Still got to make it happen. And that's just a piece of my game. Pass-rushing is just a piece of my game. I can always be solid in the run no matter if they triple-team me. I can always be solid. I can always be effective in some other way. … It's like Peyton (Manning) was as a quarterback — the whole package. Just trying to do everything great."

**Broncos notes: Von moves past Meck for No. 2 on team sack list**(Mike Klis, 9 News)
Miller now has 80.5 career sacks moving him past the great Karl Mecklenburg for No. 2 on the Broncos' all-time sack list. Simon Fletcher remains safe at No. 1 for a while with 97.5 career sacks.

**Siemian: 'I've got to play better, that's the bottom line'**(Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
A battered Trevor Siemian ambled slowly to the team's buses Sunday night with plenty of new bruises to show for his day, a nose that may or may not be broken and the weight of a season on his shoulders.

**Marshall Achieves Impressive Career Mark: 300 Tackles**(Staff, CBS4)
300 career tackles. Not bad for a guy who was cut three times before he landed in Denver.

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