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Broncos, Briefly: Sunday, May 7, 2017

Broncos hope draft class moves them past point of no returns (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)*
Plays made on special teams that can tip the scales of an NFL game are often called "hidden" yardage. For the Denver Broncos, that yardage has been hidden like a Yeti in the Bermuda Triangle next to the Fountain of Youth. Finding that yardage has been a quest that has gone largely unfulfilled in recent seasons, and this year's draft class was built to try to fix it. *

Broncos 'No-Fly Zone,' led by , teach kids new tricks during youth camp (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)*
"We're trying to give the kids an experience we never had," said Talib while playing with his son Jabril before the camp began. "I hope there's a future Denver legend in here who can say the no-fly zone camp helped it come true." *

Bronco notes: McGovern working at center, Bolles and Roby update (Mike Klis, 9News)*
As Paradis recovers from offseason surgery on each hip this offseason, McGovern, a guard by professional trade, has been working at center. *

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