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Broncos, Briefly: Sunday, September 18, 2016


Broncos have a list of priorities to stop Andrew Luck. And a plan to do it.]( (Nick Groke, Denver Post)*
Wade Phillips poked around the edges trying to solve the quarterback mystery that has stumped the Broncos' defense for three years. He went full Sherlock. And Phillips finally found a clue. Now he wants answers.*

Wolfe, Thomas expected to play against Colts (Mike Klis, KUSA)
With no more "probable" designation on the injury report, we are left to placing "questionable" under closer inspection.

Broncos put faith in Siemian (Paul Klee, Colorado Springs Gazette)
The Broncos believe - in themselves, first and foremost, and in their 24-year-old quarterback.
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Anderson: Broncos Continuing To Seek Offensive Balance (KCNC-TV)
C.J. Anderson expects there will be opportunities for more big plays in the passing game when the Colts visit the Broncos.

The Broncos pass rush is fueled by an offensive mentality (Michael Jaycox, Mile High Sports)
The Denver Broncos know how to get to the quarterback. Against any line, against any scheme, against any passer, Von Miller and DeMarcus Ware are going to wreak havoc on opposing offenses.

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Team Super Bowlen walks to end Alzheimer's (Phil Milani)
For the third straight year, Team Super Bowlen took part in the Walk to End Alzheimer's at City Park, raising both funds and awareness to help stop the disease.

Get Hyped for Colts vs. Broncos (Matt Boyer)
The Broncos and Colts have plenty to prove in this AFC showdown. Time to get hyped for Denver vs. Indianapolis.

Three Keys to Broncos-Colts  (Andrew Mason)
C.J. Anderson hopes to continue his success from last week against a defense that gave the Broncos' running game fits last year.

Phil Simms shares early impressions on Broncos (Aric DiLalla)
CBS' Phil Simms offers his perspective on the Broncos' matchup with the Colts.

Photos: Broncos Country supports Walk to End Alzheimer’s (Caroline Deisley)*
The Bowlen family joined thousands of supporters Saturday at the Walk to End Alzheimer's to raise awareness for the disease. *

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