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Broncos, Briefly: Saturday, September 17, 2016

Broncos offense plans to be “road graders, bulldozers” (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
Sometime between training camp and the start of the regular season, when the Broncos were searching for a starting quarterback and an offensive identity, a couple of the offensive linemen had an idea about altering their approach.

Broncos will unveil banners to recognize team's retired numbers (Jeff Legwold,
Since John Elway retired as a player following the Denver Broncos' championship season in 1998, the Broncos have retired just three numbers with Elway's being the third. For the first time, those retired numbers will now be displayed prominently in the team's home stadium.

Storied Broncos-Colts matchup could turn a new chapter Sunday (Woody Paige, KMGH)
Four quarterbacks who have started for the Broncos against the Colts in the series history are or soon will be on the Broncos' Ring of Fame.

Team Super Bowlen a big part of Saturday’s Walk to end Alzheimer’s (Andre Simone, BSN Denver)
To join the walk or donate to Team Super Bowlen you can click here.

Phillips reveals conspiracy theory (Steven Ruiz, USA Today)
Put your tin foil hats on, people. Broncos defensive coordinator Wade Phillips has an NFL conspiracy that will knock your socks off.

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Broncos show they are 'Legacy Strong' during visit (*
Russell Okung, T.J. Ward, and Sylvester Williams surprised the Legacy High School football team with a pregame speech and visit after the team experienced a tragic bus crash last weekend. *

Five things you should know as the Broncos concluded Colts prep (Andrew Mason)
"I think guys like me and D.T. have earned that," Wolfe said. "Our work ethic and toughness shows him that if we can play, we're going to play. If we can't, we're going to tell him we can't. I've got a lot of respect for him, and he's got a lot of respect for us."

Mason's Mailbag: September 16 (*
Andrew Mason answers questions on defensive penalties and Andrew Luck in this edition of Mason's Mailbag *

Elway Access: Playing aggressive defense (*
In his weekly interview, John Elway talks about Trevor Siemian's starting debut, the Broncos aggressive defense and the strides made by the league in health and safety. *

Photos: Broncos pay tribute at Legacy High School (Ben Swanson)
In Legacy High School's first football game since a bus accident that killed the driver and injured 18, the Broncos gave the team's pregame speech.

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