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Broncos, Briefly: Saturday, May 28, 2016


Sanders may have the 'It' to be the offensive leader]( (Troy Renck, Denver Post)*
Denver's uncertainty at quarterback, though, demands somebody step forward. Running back C.J. Anderson sets an example with his brilliant football IQ and bowling-ball yards after contact. Wide receiver Demaryius Thomas is the longest-tenured offensive player, and in a much better place than a year ago during his contract absence. I am not in the locker room but for a few allowed hours per week during the season. Still, my observations from practice and games suggest an obvious choice: Emmanuel Sanders.*

Woody Paige reviews the past quarterback controversies in team history (Woody Paige, Denver Post)Here we go again. The Broncos are experiencing yet another "quarterback controversy."

Debate: which rookie will have the biggest impact in 2016 (Mark Kiszla and Troy Renck, Denver Post)
In a way-too-early assessment of Denver's draft picks, name me a rookie who has a chance to make John Elway look brilliant for finding a gem that was undervalued by rival NFL general managers.

*Secondary receivers vie for a bigger role in 2016 (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
Two third-year wide receivers, Cody Latimer and Bennie Fowler, will draw the attention of the Broncos' coaching staff this summer. Each has an opportunity to seize the No. 3 job at wideout, and a much bigger role in an offense in need of improvement.*

A league-wide look at the first week of OTAs (Gregg Rosenthal,
'Tis the season of candy store dreams. Here's what else we learned after one week of OTAs.

*Less talk about the Super Bowl, more talk about winning it again (Ryan Koenigsberg, BSN Denver)
"Fans are still happy about Super Bowl 50," C.J. Anderson told a small group of media at Broncos headquarters on Tuesday. "We're trying to move to 51."*

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Mase answers yours questions in this week's mailbag (Video)
Andrew Mason answers questions on quarterbacks and Jordan Taylor's development.

ICYMI: DB Coach Joe Woods was wired for sound last week at OTAs (Video)*
Defensive Backs Coach Joe Woods was wired for sound during Thursday's practice of OTAs. *