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Broncos, Briefly: Saturday, August 20, 2016


]( defense shows teeth again in practices with 49ers (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)*
The Broncos and 49ers held joint practices Wednesday and Thursday this week prior to Saturday night's preseason game in Denver and Kubiak believes he will have plenty of information as the Broncos move toward roster cuts to get to 53 players.*

Pat Bowlen will be a Hall of Famer, but he should be one now (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
There would be outrage in Colorado no matter which name was selected ahead of Bowlen's.

Broncos eager to see how Siemian handles first-team reps (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
To win the job, the Broncos want to see him run the offense with some authority, be the boss, get people where they're supposed to be and continue to flash his upper-tier arm strength to close out some drives.

Linebackers Anderson, Dora and Watson fighting for roster spots (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
The biggest question he wanted answered this preseason was whether the Broncos have enough game-ready players to overcome natural attrition. For at least one preseason game, Denver's defensive depth was a huge strength and not a worry.

Broncos-49ers, things to watch (Scotty Payne, Mile High Report)Last week, former second-round pick Cody Latimer had a breakout performance against the Chicago Bear. Latimer caught 7 passes for 82 yards last Thursday night and helped solidify his roster spot.

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Three key areas to watch in Broncos-49ers (Andrew Mason)
Special Teams Coordinator Joe DeCamillis described the work of Kalif Raymond and Bralon Addison last week in Chicago as "solid," but as is the case with the punting duel between Britton Colquitt and Riley Dixon, the race remains tight -- with the extenuating factor of Jordan Norwood, an experienced veteran who can handle returns still waiting in the wings.

Broncos place Walker on IR, sign Garner (Andrew Mason)
Defensive end Vance Walker was officially placed on injured reserve Friday morning, four days after he tore the ACL in his right knee during a nine-on-seven drill.

Join the Broncos' fight against Alzheimer's (Aric DiLalla)
The family of Broncos' owner Pat Bowlen will once again join the Denver chapter of the Alzheimer's Association in its mission to raise money for Alzheimer's research, support and care.**

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