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Broncos, Briefly: Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017


Pair of Broncos on brink of milestones; Peko has sights on Disney]( (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)*
*[Demaryius] Thomas is 160 receiving yards shy of having 1,000 for the sixth consecutive season, which would tie Ring of Famer Rod Smith for the longest such streak in team history. With another 17 catches, he'll join Torry Holt (2002-07) as the only two players in NFL history to record at least 90 catches and 1,000 receiving yards in six consecutive seasons.

**In a difficult season, Anderson still aims for 1,000 yards**(Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
Somewhat hidden in the shattered pieces of the Denver Broncos' season is the fact running back C.J. Anderson is two games away from doing two things he's never done in his four previous seasons with the team.

**Linebacker Davis wants wins to teach ‘young guys’**(Staff, Mile High Sports)
"I think the most important is that we need to win," [Todd] Davis said. "First and foremost, I think it's all about winning, and if we can do that, and at the same time, if we can get some young guys in to see what they're made of, I think that's also critical for our progress going forward. I think, first and foremost, win — and then also see what these young guys can do."

**Broncos' latest QB mystery about Lynch readiness** (Mike Klis, 9 News)
This week's evaluation is all about Lynch and how well [Paxton Lynch] can function after sitting out the past three weeks of practice with a high ankle sprain.

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