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Broncos, Briefly: Sunday, August 14, 2016

Siemian: Behind the Facemask (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Trevor Siemian isn't supposed to be here. He isn't supposed to be a potential heir to Peyton Manning only a year into his pro career. He wasn't even supposed to be drafted last summer, when he was recovering from a knee injury and had given considerable thought to a career in real estate.

Sanders is a kid at heart (Mike Klis, KUSA)
Most players grew up playing in the backyard. Emmanuel Sanders is an NFL player who brought the backyard with him.

*Miller helps local students see the light (Ellis Arnold, Denver Post)
A Von Miller-fueled effort turned a high school gym into a makeshift eye clinic Saturday afternoon for this year's Back to School Vision Day.*

Despite injury, Broncos' Fowler staying positive (Andre Simone, BSN Denver)
As the battle for the No. 3 receiver on the Denver Broncos heads up, one of the primary candidates suffered a setback Thursday night in the Broncos preseason debut.

Elway's contrarian plan (Bucky Brooks, NFL.com)
I've always thought most teams would be better served building their rosters around the other crucial positions (pass rushers, defensive backs, offensive line, wide receivers and running backs) to help a "game manager" thrive under center.

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Dora reflects on dazzling debut (DenverBroncos.com)
Rookie outside linebacker Vontarrius Dora talked on Saturday about his impressive NFL debut and why he wanted to join the Broncos.

Back at home: Training camp Day 17 (DenverBroncos.com)*
The Broncos kicked practice off on Saturday following a 22-0 win in their preseason opener at Chicago. *

Teammate Challenge: Ward and Stewart (DenverBroncos.com)*
Safeties T.J. Ward and Darian Stewart join the Broncos TV set to take the Teammate Challenge, following practice on Saturday. *

Broncos honor Steve Gleason with advanced screening (Melissa Katz)
*It's hard to imagine what Steve Gleason is going through, to imagine even a fraction of the physical and emotional toll ALS has taken on both him and his family. *

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