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Broncos, Briefly: Sunday, July 3, 2016


Sanchez only has slight edge in Broncos QB race]( (Michael David Smith, Pro Football Talk)**
*When the Broncos traded for quarterback Mark Sanchez — and didn't acquire any other quarterbacks this offseason — it appeared that he was set to be the team's starter. But there's no guarantee of that. *

Hall of Fame locker room: A holographic experience (Barry Wilner, AP)
*The Pro Football Hall of Fame will be providing the next best thing: a holographic film experience called "A Game for Life" featuring representations of Joe Namath, Vince Lombardi, George Halas and many others. *

Why do NBA players makes so much compared to NFL players? (Dieter Kurtenbach, Fox Sports)
NFL players are complaining, claiming they picked the wrong sport. Football-leaning media members are bewildered at the value of the deals being tossed around.

Top candidates for comeback player of the year (Chris Wesseling,
Since 1998, quarterbacks have won the honor, which is handed out for overcoming adversity, more than half of the time. Running backs must excel in returning from a debilitating knee injury (Garrison Hearst) to earn strong consideration. Wide receivers must produce a career year (Steve Smith) on the heels of a disappointing season.

Does Elway need to beat Miller in contract negotiations? (Mark Kiszla, Denver Post)
*Here's what I love about Mr. Elway. The legendary quarterback honestly believes no football player who has ever lived is any better than he was during his brilliant NFL career as quarterback of the Broncos. *

Josh Norman, LaDainian Tomlinson debate lack of shutdown corners (Mike Florio, Pro Football Talk)
*With no other cornerbacks higher on the list than Norman, Tomlinson used that fact to support his argument that the NFL currently has no shutdown cornerbacks. *

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McManus' Mile High Menu: Old Major (Brandon McManus)
Located in LoHi, this carnivore emporium will be sure to comfort both your taste buds and stomach. Owner and Executive Chef Justin Brunson has created a unique environment within the wooden walls for his diners to experience what he calls contemporary farmhouse cuisine. You would be remiss if you did not check it out at 3316 Tejon St. Denver, CO 80211