Sanders wants a new deal but will keep playing](http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/emmanuel-sanders-wants-a-new-deal-but-hes-not-holding-out-to-get-it/) (Jared Dubin, CBS Sports)*
Still, he is not going to hold out. He's just going to go out there and play, and trust that a deal will get done. The fact that his contract is expiring is not weighing on him at all. *
The NFL's best edge rushers (SI.com)*
All you really have to do is put on the film for the Broncos' final four games, during which Miller ran roughshod against the Patriots and Panthers on the way to Super Bowl 50 MVP honors.*
Top non-QBs in the NFL (Chris Wesseling, NFL.com)
A true outcome shifter, Miller was the difference between the Broncos and the losing teams in the AFC Championship as well as Super Bowl 50.
Sanders will "keep playing ball" while agents ink new deal with Broncos (Zac Jackson, Pro Football Talk)*
Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders is entering the final season on his current contract, and it makes sense that the Broncos would want to keep Sanders with the team. *
Check out what's on DenverBroncos.com:
*Mailbag: and the process of young players (Andrew Mason)
What you want to see is long-haul improvement, particularly in the ability to read defenses and relay the playcall in the huddle; this is where his ups and downs are.*
Sundays with Sacco: The waiting game (Jim Saccomano)
Still, the team's UCHealth Training Center headquarters has the look of a ghost town on the football side, matching the visual at the offices of the other 31 teams.