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Broncos, Briefly: Saturday, October 1, 2016



Why Broncos “divas” Thomas and Sanders say they’re NFL’s best WR duo (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
The Broncos' pint-sized showman and 6-foot-3 "country diva" operate as a package deal, a  "one-two punch."

Watson Q&A: Broncos LB on America’s worst drivers and why it’s hard to go home (Nick Groke, Denver Post)
Dekoda Watson joined one of the best defenses in the NFL in March when he signed as a free agent with the Broncos after leaving New England. The veteran linebacker, now 28, was a standout at Florida State before he was drafted by Tampa Bay in 2010.

For Bronco players, football was not their first job (Mike Klis, KUSA)
Before they grew up to make good money playing football, Denver Bronco players were no different than any other kid.

Miller 'a lot better' than he was at this point last season, says Wade Phillips (Jeff Legwold,
Three games in, with plenty of season still to go, Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller has punched a rather large hole -- like say 6-foot-3, 250 pounds or so -- in the whole offseason program thing.

Sanders, Thomas thrive off competing against each other (Arnie Stapleton, Associated Press)
Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders are typically competitive teammates, eagerly comparing stats after Broncos games to boast about who collected more catches or gained more yards.

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Kubiak is a 'straight shooter' -- and that's exactly what Broncos needed (Andrew Mason)
With an honest, forthright leader at the helm, the Broncos have found success because they always know where they stand.

WATCH: Okung visits the United Flight Simulator (
On Tuesday offensive tackle Russell Okung toured the United Airlines Training Center and flew a 747 flight simulator for two hours.
Five things you should know: 's emergence, Brandon Marshall's perfectionism, and more (Andrew Mason)
You may not know Billy Winn yet, but he's become an important part of the Broncos' D-line rotation and has delivered solid work against the run.

PHOTOS: Antonopulos inducted into Northern Colorado Athletics Hall of Fame (Ben Swanson)*
Broncos Head Athletic Trainer Steve "Greek" Antonopulos was inducted into the University of Northern Colorado Hall of Fame on Friday, Sept. 30, 2016. *

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