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Broncos, Briefly: Saturday, Sept. 2, 2017

Siemian keeps winning Broncos’ quarterback job, and this is why (Lindsay Jones, USA Today)
Current and former coaches and teammates say it's a credit to Siemian's mental acuity — both in the classroom and on the field — underrated athleticism and a low-key leadership style that earns respect.

Broncos trade Ty Sambrailo to Falcons for future draft pick (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
The Broncos gain a future draft pick in exchange for a tackle that wasn't going to make their 53-man roster, according to a source.

Sloter waiting to see if preseason heroics enough for roster spot (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
"Everyone comes from college, everyone tells you every day how hard the NFL is and how much the speed is different," Sloter said. "I think the most important thing for every rookie is for them to see that they can come out here and that they can compete and they can do it and they belong."

McCoy feels San Diego’s pain (Tom Krasovic, The San Diego Union-Tribune)
"Every coach, every player gave it all they had," said McCoy, now offensive coordinator of the Denver Broncos. "Unfortunately, it didn't work out for all of us."

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