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Broncos, Briefly: Thursday, July 19, 2018

**Denver Broncos position preview 2018: Mostly intact defensive line has high expectations** (Ryan O'Halloran, Denver Post)
Aside from veteran Clinton McDonald, general manager John Elway and coach Vance Joseph left the defensive line alone, a nod to the unit's production in 2017 (first in fewest yards allowed per rushing attempt — 3.3) and their potential this season.

**Broncos Training Camp Preview: Offensive Line** (Mike Klis, 9News)
The biggest upgrade for the offensive front, though, may be new quarterback Case Keenum. Smart and mobile, he was sacked just 22 times in 15 games with Minnesota last season.

**Different approach by ESPN for Monday night season opener** (Barry Wilner, Associated Press)
Two announcers with plenty of NFL credentials but far more entrenched in the college game these days will be handling the Jets-Lions game from Detroit: Beth Mowins and Brian Griese.

**Every team's quarterback subplot as 2018 NFL training camp gets ready to begin** (Jason La Canfora, CBS Sports)
Was last season an anomaly for Case Keenum, journeyman turned Pro Bowl quarterback in 2017? Can he come close to that with a Denver roster that ain't quite what he had in Minnesota?

**Jim Kelly gives emotional acceptance speech at ESPYs** (Lakisha Jackson, John Elway and Dan Marino, both part of the famous 1983 quarterback draft class which includes Kelly, were there to give the award._