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Broncos, Briefly: Thursday, June 21, 2018

With the 2018 World Cup upon us, Jeremy Bergman and Adam Rank are divvying up the NFL and selecting the top 11 -- or in, yes, FOOTBALL parlance, all-time XI -- players from each of the 32 teams' history. Today, Bergman presents the top XI for each team in the AFC West.

The Denver Broncos exited their offseason program with a healthy dose of optimism about what rookie wide receivers Courtland Sutton and DaeSean Hamilton might be able to do in the team's offense in the months to come.

So, the Broncos' general manager upgraded nearly every facet of the roster. He got rid of six coaches and added new ones, including DeMarcus Ware as a part-time, pass-rushing consultant. He found a starting quarterback in Case Keenum, outside linebacker Bradley Chubb at No. 5 in the draft, bolstered the receiving corps with Courtland Sutton and DaeSean Hamilton, added a productive back in Royce Freeman and may have even bolstered the offensive line by trading for Jared Veldheer. He also signed Marquette King, made sure to retain veteran corner Chris Harris (and even cushion his deal a bit), and added depth on both sides of the ball.

New Zealand enjoyed a gym session at the home of the NFL's Denver Broncos with players and coaches alike stunned by the resources available to the three-time Super Bowl champions.

All of the Denver Broncos open practices are free and are open to the public and run from 9:30 a.m. until noon.

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