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Broncos, Briefly: Thursday, January 19, 2017


Joseph: "I want an offense that wants to be the leader of the football team."]( (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)*
"That's what's important for young quarterbacks, to give them a chance to grow as much as they can so they can be productive NFL quarterbacks. Most young quarterbacks miss steps or they go through so many systems that they can never hit their peak. Our goal here is to have those two kids be the best they can be."*

Sports Authority Field dubbed NFL's greatest stadium (Zack Kelberman, CBS Sports)
All said, what Denver's 76,125 seat stadium lacks in flashiness and technology (their current structure will never allow them to host a Super Bowl), it more than makes up for in location (it is nestled between the Rocky Mountains and downtown Denver at an elevation of 5,280 feet), fan experience, and team tradition.

With Joseph, Broncos won't be lacking communication (Jeff Legwold,
Beyond football reasons, Vance Joseph is the Denver Broncos coach because the team's chief football decision-maker, John Elway, believes Joseph can relate to the current generation of players and prod them to do all of the things necessary to win.

Joseph retains key members of defensive coaching staff (Troy Renck, KMGH)
To understand the significance of Vance Joseph's first coaching staff, don't look only at who the Broncos hired. Focus on who they kept.

Listen: Joseph on his new Denver gig (Peter King, MMQB)
Joseph explains why he thinks he's ready to be an NFL head coach after just one year as a coordinator in Miami. He reveals what he said to John Elway to get the job. Joseph also talks about what Wade Phillips taught him about coaching that he'll never forget.

Sanders, who is making his second Pro Bowl appearance (2014), joins outside linebacker Von Miller, safety Darian Stewart and cornerbacks Aqib Talib and Chris Harris Jr. in Orlando on Jan. 29.*

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Joseph: Broncos defense 'should take a step forward' (Andrew Mason)
Joseph also told PFT Live that the first thing he did after taking the job and getting into his office was to call new Offensive Coordinator Mike McCoy.

After being tested by Harris, Raymond ready to apply tough lessons (Andrew Mason)
Harris "knows where you're going before you're going," said Raymond, so the rookie receiver had to adjust during their daily practice duels.

Sanders named to Pro Bowl (Aric DiLalla)
Sanders is currently the lone Broncos offensive player headed to the Pro Bowl.

Important NFL dates for early 2017 (
The NFL's schedule of important dates up until the 2017 NFL Draft.

Top 5 Offensive Touchdowns of 2016 (
Take a look back at the top 5 offensive touchdowns from the 2016 season.

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