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Broncos, Briefly: Sunday, January 29, 2017

Miller, Ray have the potential to become league's top sack-masters (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
Together, they could become the best pass rushing duo in the NFL.

Broncos at the Pro Bowl focused on 2017 (Jenna Laine, ESPN.com)
"The season was a roller-coaster ride and we're at a theme park right now," Sanders told ESPN. "That's exactly how to describe it. It was a lot of ups, it was a lot of downs."

Players recovering from injury factors into the Broncos' 2017 plan (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
Many of the players who finished the season on injured reserve are also among those who are either poised for free agency or among those the Broncos need back in a big way in 2017 or maybe both.

Financial constraints make Tony Romo to Denver more chatter than substance (Mike Klis, 9News)
If it should happen that Tony Romo is eventually released to the free-agent market, the Denver Broncos may express interest in the veteran quarterback.

Draft experts consider 2017 quarterback draft class to be weak (Tom Pelissero, USA Today)
Standing in the press box during practice this week at the Senior Bowl, Phil Savage echoed what a lot of NFL scouts are saying privately about the quarterbacks available in the 2017 draft.

The first Falcons Super Bowl team ran into a Broncos team on a destiny (Paul Newberry, Associated Press)The last time the Atlanta Falcons made it to the Super Bowl, they put on quite a show. Just not when it mattered.

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Watch: Pro Bowl safeties say why John Lynch is a Hall of Famer (DenverBroncos.com)*
With the 2017 Hall of Fame class being announced next week, Pro Bowl safeties make the case for finalist John Lynch, who "set the standard." *

Visiting Animal Kingdom with the Broncos (Ben Swanson)
Aqib Talib, Darian Stewart, Emmanuel Sanders and their families soaked in quite the afternoon.

Darian Stewart finds validation from Pro Bowl nod (Aric DiLalla)
"It's huge, just to be a part of the year with him for the Broncos," Talib said. "Seeing him get the recognition that he deserves, that's huge. It's well-deserved. I'm glad he's out here with us."

Meeting Mickey: Broncos hit Disney parade (DenverBroncos.com)*
Emmanuel Sanders and Demaryius Thomas participate in the Disney Parade on Friday.
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Different players, same jerseys: Broncos pose for AFC Photo day (Matt Bowen)
The Broncos in red takes some getting used to …

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