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Broncos, Briefly: Sunday, April 2, 2017

Elway prepares for another draft after learning from his father, Jack (Woody Paige, Colorado Spring Gazette)*
During early April 2001, Jack and John ceaselessly studied tapes of college players, and the father taught his son the art of drafting. *

Broncos draft preview: Left tackle or best player available? (Mike Klis, 9News)
In a matter of hours, John Elway will gather his player personnel executives headed by Matt Russell, his scouts, his new coaching staff led by Vance Joseph, and commence the Denver Broncos' draft meetings.

Broncos' offense must play with the same edge the defense brings (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
As wide receiver Demaryius Thomas put it: "We can be better, all of us. I think we left a lot of plays out there -- me too."

Football operations symposium for women just a start (Barry Wilner, AP)
If you can help a team succeed, there is a place for you.

From Kiski Area to Broncos DC, Woods takes career in stride (Doug Gulasy, Tribune-Review)*
Joe Woods never fretted about his coaching trajectory, even as his work took him to nearly a dozen stops in more than two decades. *

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