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Broncos, Briefly: Sunday, July 17, 2016


Bibbs made it out of Chicago, and it made him]( (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)*
Deadly, devastating and disgusting as it is at times to Broncos running back Kapri Bibbs, Chicago is home. *

ICYMI: Miller and Broncos agree to six year contract (Troy Renck, Denver Post)
Von Miller will be remembered forever in Denver with his Super Bowl 50 performance. The all-pro outside linebacker took a huge step toward never leaving, agreeing to a landmark six-year, $114.5 million contract that includes $70 million guaranteed and a $23 million signing bonus, making him the highest-paid nonquarterback in NFL history.

"Von's earned this contract not only for what he's done in the past but for what we believe he'll do in the future." (Lindsay Jones, USA Today)
Few Super Bowl MVPs in recent memory have been able to parlay their success in a championship game into a new mega-contract like Von Miller, who on Friday became the NFL's highest-paid non-quarterback.

With Miller deal done, Broncos turn eye to QB race (Marc Sessler,
With Denver's pass-rushing wonder now positioned as the highest-paid defensive player in NFL history, it's time for the Broncos to focus on their most pressing issue: the quarterback position.

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McManus' Mile High Menu: Series recap (Brandon McManus)After a two-month journey through some of the finest restaurants Denver has to offer, kicker Brandon McManus wraps the series up with a recap of his favorite dishes from each visit.

20 days, 20 Broncos camp questions -- 9. Who could emerge to handle kickoff and punt returns? (Andrew Mason)
Following Omar Bolden's free-agency departure for Chicago and with Andre Caldwell no longer on the roster, few questions have a more wide-open set of potential answers as training camp nears.