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Broncos, Briefly: Saturday, November 12, 2016

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Broncos need a spark at tight end. Now is the time for Derby](http://www.denverpost.com/2016/11/12/broncos-need-a-spark-at-tight-end-now-is-the-time-for-a-j-derby/) (Nick Groke, Denver Post)*
A.J. Derby's reintroduction to football came at him like a college cramming session, a crash-course all-nighter at Dove Valley. The Broncos' newest tight end arrived in Denver in a flash trade late last month. And his position coach, Brian Pariani, shoved Derby's nose in the playbook.*

Good news for Broncos: Talib, Wolfe on track to return after bye (Mike Klis, KUSA)
It won't help them this Sunday at New Orleans, but the Denver Broncos did report positive news Friday regarding the health of defensive stars Aqib Talib and Derek Wolfe.

For his part, Bibbs won a tight battle for a roster spot out of training camp and then showed enough in the time since that when C.J. Anderson went to injured reserve the Broncos didn't run to the waiver wire for a solution or sign a veteran back with an injury question in two.*

Miller won't lobby officials (Arnie Stapleton, Associated Press)
Von Miller knows he's a handful for tackles and tight ends and that's why they usually grab a handful of his jersey, if not put him in a virtual headlock. He just goes back to the line of scrimmage, lines up and takes another shot at getting to the quarterback.

Check out what's on DenverBroncos.com

Five Broncos things you should know: Gotsis prepares to replace Wolfe (Andrew Mason)
Gotsis and cornerback Kayvon Webster will play big roles as the Broncos try to defeat the Saints without Wolfe and Aqib Talib.

Through My Eyes: Doss and Nixon eye their return to New Orleans (Lorenzo Doss and Taurean Nixon)
The Louisiana natives talk about what it will be like when they return to the Bayou for the first time as NFL players.

Out Route with Simmons (DenverBroncos.com)
On his way out, Justin Simmons chats with BTV's Phil Milani about his favorite TV show, being a rookie in the NFL and watching film at home.

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