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Broncos, Briefly: Saturday, Aug. 5, 2017

Dad's tough, frightening displays of affection influenced Terrell Davis (Mike Klis, 9News)
"He was tough but he was firm, but he was fair,'' Terrell said. "But he made us the way we are, my brothers and I and he understood the world is not going to be easy on you. So he felt like he had to be harder on us than what we would be in the real world. And he prepared us all.

Broncos could use more big plays in the passing game. How rookie could help. (Nick Kosmider, Denver Post)
If Henderson was flying under the radar at the start of camp, he grabbed the spotlight Thursday.

A teary-eyed Terrell Davis receives his gold jacket. "I'm a Hall of Famer now." (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Davis, the Broncos' all- time leading rusher and 21st member of their Ring of Fame, is officially a member of a new class.

Montee Ball one year sober, at peace with never playing pro football again (Allison Sylte, 9News)After he graduates, Ball says he wants to become an advocate for other people suffering from addiction. He's also working on a book and is open to a career either coaching or helping other NFL players suffering from substance abuse.

Scrimmage will be first lok at where position battles stand (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)"It definitely matters, especially for those young guys trying to make the team and trying to help us with games," Broncos safety Darian Stewart said. "It definitely matters, so those guys just have to go out with the mindset like it's a game and just compete."

Coors Field and Broncos' stadium get breastfeeding-friendly (Monica Mendoza, Denver Business Journal)Nursing moms will have a quiet space to breastfeed or pump at Colorado Rockies and Denver Broncos games, which could make Denver the first city to offer the nursing suites in all of its downtown professional sports venues.



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