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Broncos, Briefly: Sunday, August 7, 2016

Five years in, Elway reflects on his tenure as Broncos GM so far (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
His office suite on the top floor of Broncos headquarters at Dove Valley is brimming with memories of his playing years and executive years and the few years that fell between them.

Ware, the Broncos' Manning on defense (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
Others will step up to assume bigger leadership roles this season, but Ware has the whole locker room's respect.

Broncos honor longtime trainer Steve Antonopulos (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)*
If a picture is indeed worth a thousand words, or in this case thousands of sprains, fractures, aches, pains, and perhaps even a bruised ego or two, then the Denver Broncos picked the most fitting way to honor longtime head trainer Steve Antonopulos this week. *

Fowler latest from practice squad to earn key role (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
He rose from undrafted rookie in 2014 to his current spot in the Broncos' plans. He has been the right player, at the right time, in the right place who does the right things.

Broncos' rookie safety Simmons making his name known (Andre Simone, BSNDenver.com)
Statistics aside, Simmons is showing why he was a leader on such a stingy collegiate defense, impressing throughout camp.

Raymond turning heads as with the Broncos (Jennifer Toland, Worcester Telegram & Gazette)*
During the first week and a half of Denver Broncos training camp, rookie Kalif Raymond has been the first player on the practice field and one of the last to leave it, and that would come as no surprise to his former Holy Cross coaches and teammates. In his four years at Holy Cross, Raymond was known not only as a speedy receiver and exciting return specialist, but also for his diligence, attention to detail and study habits. *

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WATCH: Reilly Fox's life-changing WE Day with (Phil Milani)
In part of the WE Movement empowering young people to change the world, Von Miller invited Reilly Fox, the first girl to play varsity football at Paschal High School in Fort Worth, Texas, to Broncos headquarters for her WE Day.

Broncos Training Camp Takeaways: Day 10 (Andrew Mason)
Another gathering of more than 5,000 Broncos fans watched a practice that saw red-zone work, a no-huddle period and two touchdowns off takeaways for the first-team defense, which lived up to its "No Fly Zone" nickname.

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