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Broncos, Briefly: Saturday, December 31, 2016


Paradis named Ed Block Courage Award winner]( (Troy Renck, KMGH)*
Matt Paradis began his Broncos career as a practice squad player, relegated to the shadows. Friday provided another mile post in how far the former Boise Star has traveled in his promising NFL career.*

Raiders at Broncos Week 17: Who has the edge and three things to watch (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
The Broncos are playing for pride; the Raiders can win the AFC West crown.

Denver Broncos coach Gary Kubiak said Friday he'd like to split playing time at quarterback 50-50 between Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch in Sunday's regular-season finale against the Oakland Raiders, but Kubiak said he also reserves the right to adjust on the fly.*

Miller's season special despite no return to playoffs (Arnie Stapleton, Associated Press)

Even though he's been stuck at 13½ sacks for three weeks, Miller has grown into a well-rounded linebacker: one who can stuff the run, cover tight ends and torment tackles as adroitly as he can knock the ball out of the quarterback's hand.*

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16 for '16: Best photos of the year (
Take a look back through an incredible 2016, from the AFC Championship against New England, to Super Bowl 50, to the White House, to Justin Simmons and Will Parks' thrilling two-point play in New Orleans.

Best of 2016: What missed the cut (
In putting together a collection of our top 16 photos from 2016, many great images had to be left out. But we pooled the 40 leftover photos to remember what didn't make the cut.

Five Broncos things you should know: Siemian and Lynch's workload vs. Raiders (Andrew Mason)
The ideal situation would involve splitting their reps down the middle ... also, Matt Paradis discusses his upcoming hip surgeries and his hoped-for recovery timetable.

Mason's Mailbag: Dec. 30 (Andrew Mason)
Andrew Mason answers questions on strategy vs the Raiders and off-season priorities in this edition of Mason's Mailbag.

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