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Broncos, Briefly: Sunday, June 19, 2016

Denver Broncos Dare to Play Football 2016  (9News, Jeremy Chavez)
Ed McCaffrey, former Denver Broncos All-Pro wide receiver and 3-time Super Bowl winning champ, put together another great Dare to Play event with a few special appearances.

Peyton Manning receives 2016 Tennessean of the Year award (AP)
The Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame announced that it presented Manning with the award Saturday at its annual "Champion Within" luncheon.

The All-Minicamp Hype team (MMQB, Robert Klemko)
Muhammad Wilkerson's contract dilemma, Eugene Monroe's gripe with the Ravens, and who impressed most in spring workouts—that and other hot topics heading into a June weekend in the NFL.

Miller says Johnny Manziel seems like he's at peace (CBSSports.com, Ryan Wilson)
Von Miller remains one of Johnny Manziel's biggest advocates. Both played at Texas A&M, both were first-round picks, and both remain friends

For a cause, Ware reunites with childhood band after 15-year hiatus (BSN, Ryan Koenigsberg)
Underneath an orange and blue sky the harmonized notes of Purple Rain rang true enough to make 'The Artist' himself proud. The group performed four songs total in the intimate setting, including The Temptations' hit "My Girl" and an original titled "Mayday" on top of the tribute to Prince.

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Broncos are a father-son affair for Kragens (Broncos TV)
Broncos rookie linebacker Kyle Kragen is following the footsteps of his father, former Broncos defensive lineman Greg Kragen, by beginning his NFL career in Denver. 

Broncos bring smiles to Down syndrome event (Broncos TV)
The Broncos helped spread the joy of football on Saturday at the Global Down Syndrome Foundation's Dare to Cheer and Dare to Play Football camps at Valor Christian High School.

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