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Broncos, Briefly: Saturday, June 18, 2016

Broncos ready to move past offseason distractions (Denver Post, Nicki Jhabvala)
The Broncos' offseason has been a drama-packed four months, with parties fit for a million, high-profile exits and arrivals, new contracts, restructured contracts, legal run-ins, an ongoing quarterback saga, a meeting with the president, the absence of a Super Bowl MVP from team workouts, and, oh, yes, some really, really big rings.

Broncos projected starting offensive line (Denver Post, Cameron Wolfe)
How is the Broncos' offensive line shaping up? NFL reporter Cameron Wolfe answers a reader's question in this Broncos video mailbag.

Broncos' offensive tackle Schofield adds weight, improving the line (9news, Mike Klis)
At no position did the Denver Broncos improve this offseason more than at offensive tackle.

Phillips gets Super Bowl ring fixed (ESPN.com, Jeff Legwold)
It was a brief run, but Coach Peters is out for the Denver Broncos and Coach Phillips is back, with the correct Super Bowl ring on his finger.

Winners of the week: Phillips receives proper Super Bowl ring (NFL.com, Gregg Rosenthal)
NFL executives, coaches and reporters all get their vacation time over the next six weeks before settling in for the craziness. Before we all downshift, let's take a look at some of the winners and losers from this week.

Taste of the Broncos raises money for the Food Bank of the Rockies (BSN Denver, Adam Kinney)
The Denver Broncos hosted their annual Taste of the Broncos on Wednesday night, a fun night full of food and football.

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McManus Mile High Menu continues in the River North District ()
It's Week 5 of Brandon McManus' culinary tour through Denver and this week he takes you to Acorn in River North District.

Mason's Mailbag: Players that stood out during OTAs (Andrew Mason)
Andrew Mason answers questions on OTA standouts and the defensive backs.

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