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Broncos, Briefly: Thursday, June 1, 2017

Six things you didn't know about 3rd biggest trade in NFL history (Cameron DaSilva, FOX Sports)
Not only did the Colts turn down better offers from other teams, but the trade created a great deal of turmoil among their executives and coaches.

Broncos run game still rides on health, production of Anderson, Booker (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)*
Anderson and Booker combined for more than two-thirds of the Broncos' carries and rushing yards last year. *

Anderson hopes raising production as easy as riding a bike (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)*
His longest ride to this point has been 44 miles, and he said Wednesday he has routinely been in the 65- to 70-mile range on weekends. *

Broncos backfield filled with players making comebacks (Arnie Stapleton, Associated Press)
Jamaal Charles isn't the only running back embarking on a comeback in Denver.

The quest for a better football helmet (Jenny Vrentas, MMQB)
"It's in everybody's interest," Jeff Miller, the NFL's executive vice president for health and safety, told the audience, "that we do more."

NFLPA urges players to be better at saving money for possibly 2021 lockout (Jared Dublin, CBS Sports)
Atallah said he doesn't know which issues will be important to the union by the time 2021 rolls around because the composition of its membership is always changing.

Comparing starting QBs from 2017 and 1992 (Elliot Harrison, NFL.com)*
Obviously, John Elway wins this deal. *

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