Lock now key to Broncos' promising young core (Mike Klis, 9News)
If all goes according to Broncos' plan, Drew Lock and Dalton Risner are going to play together for a long time.
They might as well have fun with each other.
Broncos Briefs: Von Miller returns to limited practice work after missing Chargers game (Ryan O'Halloran, The Denver Post)
Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller returned to practice Wednesday as a limited participant after missing Sunday's win over the Los Angeles Chargers with a left knee injury.
Before practice, coach Vic Fangio said Miller's knee had "improved."
Injured Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco takes notice of Drew Lock’s NFL debut, patience amid rookie season (Kyle Newman, The Denver Post)
"I think he handled himself really well," Flacco told The Denver Post on Wednesday. "He just went out there and played football, the moment wasn't too big for him, and it didn't seem like the game was too fast for him. He was making his reads and had a nice pace to (his play)."
Drew Lock could join exclusive club with win over Texans (Aric DiLalla, DenverBroncos.com)
On Sunday against the Texans, Lock could earn another congratulatory text — and a place in Broncos history.
Lock became just the sixth Broncos quarterback to win his starting debut as a rookie with a win over Los Angeles, and he could join a more-exclusive club this weekend.
How Chris Harris Jr. combines mind and muscle as one of the NFL's best corners (Ben Swanson, DenverBroncos.com)
When you're as good at what you do as Chris Harris Jr., you rack up haters at about the same rate as admirers.
That's the price of doing business when your trade is putting a halt to the kind of electrifying plays that are unique to this game. By doing what he does, Harris routinely brings fans of the 31 other teams to their knees as they thought they'd be leaping to their feet.