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Broncos, Briefly: Sunday, March 26, 2017

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The 10 most interesting names still available in free agency (Frank Schwab, Yahoo)*
With all the money NFL teams spent in the first two weeks of free agency, you'd think the shelves would be bare by now. Yet, there are plenty of big names still looking for work. *

Brains and brawn worth long look from Broncos (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)*
Only in the draft process can a player's ability to have options outside of football figure so prominently in the evaluation mix. But Kpassagnon had a double major at Villanova – finance and accounting – and has spent time in an internship at one of the nation's largest accounting firms.He also happens to be 6-foot-63⁄4 and 289 pounds. He ran a 4.83 40-yard dash at the scouting combine, has an immense reach befitting his frame and finished this past season with 21.5 tackles for loss and 11 sacks. *

NFL to consider unlimited challenges, as long as they're successful (Michael David Smith, Pro Football Talk)*
Under current NFL rules, a coach may challenge two calls per game, and if replay reviews prove him right on both of them, he gets a third challenge. Three is the limit. If a proposal before the Competition Committee this week is approved, there will be no limit, and coaches can keep challenging as long as they're successful. *

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Sacco Sez: Brock Olivo and 'Playing for Pizza' (Jim Saccomano)
Jim Saccomano and Special Teams Coordinator Brock Olivo share lessons learned from the book "Playing for Pizza," and how Olivo may as well have been the novel's protagonist.

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