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Broncos, Briefly: Monday, Oct. 9, 2017

**Eagle’s Dan McCauley works on the chain gang at Denver Broncos games**(Pam Boyd, Vail Daily)
*When the Denver Broncos play at Mile High Stadium, Dan McCauley, of Eagle, has the kind of view that makes his fellow fans salivate. *

*But ironically, McCauley has to record Broncos games so he can really watch what happened. *

**Broncos' Garcia named NFLPA's Week 4 Community MVP**(Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Garcia and his family in Atlanta coordinated a collection drive for canned goods and necessities for those affected by the hurricane, which hit the Puerto Rico on Sept. 20 and left dozens dead and the island without power.

**Joseph hopes more zone, less man helps Denver D in long run**(Mike Klis, 9 News)
"To play more zone coverage you need more focus on details,'' Joseph said. "This team has been a man-to-man team primarily in the past. That's an easy job as far as assignments. It's hard job as far as physical ability. But we want to give our guys a break from time to time and play more zone.["]

Anderson hopes his best start leads to best finish (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
He credits a more consistent approach to his offseason -- "I finally picked something and stuck with it" -- that included plenty of cycling. Anderson said all of the work he put in before the start of training camp, as well as a more well-rounded recovery plan after workouts and games, has fueled what has happened to this point in the season.

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