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Broncos, Briefly: Saturday, June 3, 2017

Broncos have potential for best running attack since Tebow year (Mike Klis, 9News)
The key for the Broncos' running game this year is Charles. And new left guard Ron Leary, who came from the Dallas running factory. Charles, though, has the type of outside speed that can complement the power-running Anderson and slashing Booker

Marshall 2.0: How the Broncos' LB changed his mind, body for his latest comeback (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)*
Brandon Marshall held on to what may be a career-altering tip for eight months. He couldn't use it immediately — the Broncos were two weeks from starting training camp at the time — so he shelved it. And he never forgot it. *

15 NFL players who will rebound from injury in 2017 (Cameron DaSilva, Fox Sports)*
Anderson was expected to have a big season in 2016 with Ronnie Hillman out of the picture. Unfortunately, Anderson missed nine games and struggled in the seven starts that he did make. Anderson will once again be the starter in Denver, albeit with competition from Jamaal Charles and Devontae Booker, and he should rebound with a season similar to the one he had in 2014 when he was a Pro Bowler. *

Ray thankful Ware taught him to be a pro (Michael David Smith, Pro Football Talk)*
"He shared a lot of knowledge with me, on how to handle certain situations how to look at things," Ray told Jim Rome. "His knowledge of the game, teaching me pass rush every day, teaching me keys to look at, things to understand, it was very helpful for me, to come into the league to have a guy of his caliber share that kind of knowledge with me, I really appreciate it." *

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