Broncos get Lynch ready to play, in case Siemian can't](http://www.espn.com/blog/denver-broncos/post/_/id/23813/broncos-get-paxton-lynch-ready-to-play-just-in-case-trevor-siemian-cant) (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)*
The bottom line, however, is if Siemian can show enough mobility before the week is out -- he did not practice Wednesday -- he will start. Broncos coach Gary Kubiak said Siemian played like "a champ" against the Chiefs, but the 24-year-old passer has been battered, having been sacked 13 times in the last three games combined.*
Every NFL team's breakout player so far this season (Dieter Kurtenbach, FOX Sports)The fun in sports comes from the unexpected — the surprise story. *
Ray's journey from Faurot Field to the Super Bowl (Larissa Babiak, Mizzou.com)
When Shane Ray arrived at Mizzou in 2012 from his Roeland Park, Kansas, neighborhood, he never expected that his Mizzou Made legacy would include a 2016 Super Bowl title.
Broncos players say they have Kubiak's back (Arnie Stapleton, Associated Press)
The debate ever since has centered on Kubiak's decision to try a 62-yard field goal knowing it was a low-percentage shot in the cold November night and that a miss would likely mean a loss because the Chiefs would take over at the Denver 48 needing just one first down against a gassed defense.
Miller feels NFL should allow creativity (Alysha Tsuji, For the Win)
Players across the league will be wearing bold, colorful cleats that represent the charity of their choice for the My Cause, My Cleats campaign. Super Bowl 50 MVP Von Miller is a big fan of the creativity that will be on display.*
Even from the outside looking in, Broncos remain unflappable (Andre Simone, BSN Denver)
This group was able to do it last year with their backs against the wall; only time will tell if they can do it all again. One thing's for sure, though, there's no doubt in that locker room that the Broncos can still achieve every goal they've set out for themselves.
Real deal on Stewart contract details: One year, $13 million (Mike Klis, KUSA)
Like all NFL contracts, the four year, $28 million extension free safety Darian Stewart received from the Denver Broncos is not quite what it seems.
Week 13 Game Preview: Broncos vs. Jaguars (NFL.com)
NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks break down the Broncos upcoming matchup vs. the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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Five Broncos things you should know: As Siemian heals, Lynch prepares (Andrew Mason)
Practice-squad repetitions over the course of the season have helped Lynch build off his up-and-down start and be ready to return to the lineup if needed this week.
Janovich headed to injured reserve (Ben Swanson)
Starting fullback Andy Janovich will be placed on injured reserve this week after having ankle surgery following an injury suffered against the Chiefs.
Out Route with Thompson (Phil Milani)
On his way out of the office, Juwan Thompson talks about nutrition, family and how Andy Janovich's injury will affect him.
Wednesday practice: Jacked for the Jags (DenverBroncos.com)
The Broncos began their on-field preparation for the Jaguars on Wednesday.