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Broncos, Briefly: Thursday, January 26, 2017

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Building Broncos: WRs/TEs, Thomas, Sanders are great but more weapons needed](http://www.denverpost.com/2017/01/25/demaryius-thomas-emmanuel-sanders-broncos-need-weapons/) (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)*
Having a dependable third receiver has been a problem for two years now. It's a problem Joseph can't ignore as he seeks to upgrade the offense.*

Talib in Snapchat spectacles, and other Broncos moments from Pro Bowl practice (Denver Post)
Here's a behind-the-scenes glimpse at Day 1 of practice before Thursday's Pro Bowl Skills Showdown (Miller and Harris are set to participate for the AFC) and Sunday's game (6 p.m. MT, ESPN), courtesy of the Broncos, Talib's Snapchat takeover and others in Orlando.

Broncos Mailbag: If Siemian won, why another QB competition? (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
He won the competition handily and has not lost it, but the Broncos also drafted Paxton Lynch in the first round in 2016 and want to continue his development. The open competition isn't because the Broncos have lost faith in Siemian. Quite the opposite, actually. They have said repeatedly they feel confident in their two young quarterbacks, but they also want to continue to push both.

Broncos' quest for another Super Bowl starts with offensive line (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
Because of the potential to have as many as four compensatory draft picks, including perhaps two third-rounders, the Broncos could also have a 10-player draft class. Nine rookies -- eight draft picks and one undrafted player -- made the roster out of training camp this past season. Anything close to a repeat and the Broncos suddenly have restocked the depth chart in a two-draft cycle.

NFL returns to playground to spice up skills 'competition' (Terrance Harris, Associated Press)
After moving the game to Orlando this year and returning it to the traditional AFC-NFC matchup, the NFL also is bringing back the skills competition, with some activities that might be more closely associated with elementary recess than NFL skills.

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Harris Jr., Broncos describe keys to thriving during coaching change (Aric DiLalla)
Changes at the head coaching spot aren't unusual in the NFL, so the Broncos Pro Bowlers explained the way to succeed under a new coaching staff.

2017 Pro Bowl Practice Prep (Ben Swanson)
Six of the Broncos best players got to work under the Orlando sun as Pro Bowl practice got underway Wednesday at ESPN's Wide World of Sports.

CU's Sefo Liufau cherishes chance to wear Buffs helmet one final time (Andrew Mason)
After a December that sullied what had been a terrific season, Liufau hopes to take a step toward the NFL in his final collegiate outing.

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