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Broncos, Briefly: Saturday, July 23, 2016

Remembering Dennis Green: A year at Stanford with Elway (Will Jarvis, Colorado Springs Gazette)
But one coaching stop in Green's career has been largely overlooked: engineering the 1980 Stanford Cardinal offense, with sophomore quarterback John Elway.

Broncos' starting QB job is the No. 1 battle to watch in training camp (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)The depth chart, written in pencil by coach Gary Kubiak after watching offseason workouts, has veteran Mark Sanchez holding the coveted No. 1 QB spot.

Timeline: Recapping Miller's whirlwind offseason (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
The day after being named MVP of Super Bowl 50, all-pro outside linebacker Von Miller embarked on a media tour that took him across the country — multiple times — for TV appearances, parties, sports events, award shows and more, all of which were sandwiched around his training regimen.

Broncos partner with 9NEWS for Stuff for Students School Supply Drive (Lynne Valencia, 9NEWS)*
Our Denver Broncos are partnering up with 9NEWS on the Stuff for Students School Supply Drive. *

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20 days, 20 Broncos camp questions -- 15. Is Paradis ready to step forward as leader? (Andrew Mason)
Even before offseason work began in April, Head Coach Gary Kubiak identified Paradis as one of the players who could step forward to fill the leadership void left by Peyton Manning's retirement.

Janovich aiming to revive the fullback position (Caroline Deisley)
The Broncos' offense figures to incorporate a fullback plenty in the 2016 season and beyond. It's a staple of Head Coach Gary Kubiak's offensive mindset, and Denver added a potential key to that end in the 2016 NFL Draft in sixth-round pick Andy Janovich.