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Broncos, Briefly: Saturday, July 9, 2016


Broncos make second proposal in 24 hours to Miller]( (Mike Kils, 9 News)
The Denver Broncos made a serious push towards retaining their star linebacker by sweetening their offer not once, but twice in the past 24 hours.

Source: Broncos boost offer to Miller (Arnie Stapleton, AP)*
The Denver Broncos have boosted their offer to Von Miller, a person with knowledge of the proposal has told The Associated Press. *

McManus still hopes to throw pass in the NFL (Rob Maaddi, AP)
After Peyton Manning retired and Brock Osweiler left the Super Bowl champions for a big contract from Houston, McManus jokingly suggested on Twitter that he could be an option for the Broncos.

Sanchez gives back to kids during football camp at Fort Carson (Will Jarvis, Colorado Springs Gazette)
The camp, led by ProCamps Worldwide, was awarded to Fort Carson following a contest involving military bases around the world. Kids aged six to 14 ran routes, caught passes and took handoffs from Sanchez, who looked like a kid himself at times.

Miller donates SUV, $25K to DeSoto police, fire departments (Cameron DaSilva, Fox Sports)
On Friday, however, Denver Broncos pass rusher Von Miller took the liberty to make a very generous donation to the DeSoto Police Department, the city where he graduated high school. Miller gave the police department a custom SUV and wrote a $25,000 check for the fire department.

The ice is thawing between Miller and the Broncos (Frank Schwab, Yahoo Sports)
July comes around and everyone gets down to business.

As Broncos camp nears, a battle is brewing at running back (Sam Cowhick, BSN Denver)
C.J. Anderson and his new contract will be carrying the workload but who will be No. 2? There are three players in line, and they can't keep them all.

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Parks spends offseason at Denver Broncos' Boys & Girls Club (Aric DiLalla)*
The Broncos are still in the offseason, but rookie safety Will Parks is in Denver and spent his Thursday hanging out with kids at the Denver Broncos Boys & Girls Club. *

How will the Broncos replace Malik Jackson? (Andrew Mason)
For now, it is likely to be via a collective of players, starting with Vance Walker.