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Broncos, Briefly: Thursday, July 27, 2017

Von Miller ready to fill larger role as a leader. That means leading his own unique way. (Nick Kosmider, Denver Post)
"I'm the DeMarcus Ware in the room now," Miller said Wednesday on the eve of the Broncos opening training camp. "I'm not old, but I'm the old guy in there. Everybody's joking and laughing and stuff and I'm looking at them like, 'What are you laughing about? I don't get it.' That used to be me on that side. The roles, the tide has changed, I guess. I have to be that guy for my team. I think I've taken steps to do that."

Take a backseat to the Patriots? Not when John Elway is driving the Broncos' bus (Mark Kiszla, Denver Post)When John Elway looks at the Broncos, he sees a Super Bowl contender. Don't even suggest to him the window of opportunity to win a championship is closing on Denver.

Bronco notes: Even with Kelly out, Elway not planning to add another QB (Mike Klis, KUSA)
Even with Kelly out through camp, Broncos general manager John Elway said he would not look to add a veteran quarterback to back up Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch.

Broncos take conditioning test on the eve of training camp (Rod Mackey, KUSA)
Some say the night before training camp is like Christmas Eve. Others say it's like the night before school starts. The latter may be more accurate because for the first time in forever the Broncos had to take a test before camp kicked off, a conditioning test.

Broncos make trade to add to offensive line competition (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
Over and over again, with almost every move he made, John Elway prioritized the Denver Broncos' offensive line this offseason.

And even as the team was set to open training camp, Elway was still looking for players to put into the mix.

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