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Broncos, Briefly: Thursday, June 23, 2016


Williams explains why Broncos can't replace Manning]( (Sean Wagner-McGough, CBS Sports)*
As defensive tackle Sylvester Williams points out, the Broncos might miss Manning in another area: the locker room. *

Williams: Manning "carried us more than just his play on the field" (Josh Alper, Pro Football Talk)*
Regardless of how confident the Broncos are that their quarterbacks will be able to handle things on the field this season, it seems foolish to expect any of them to have the same hold on the locker room that a player with Manning's resume enjoyed in Denver. *

Miller takes on new roles at first youth football camp (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
The Broncos' outside linebacker and Super Bowl 50 MVP played quarterback and coach for a team of 560 children who attended his inaugural two-day football ProCamp at Englewood High School.

Broncos, Miller nominated for a pair of ESPYS, snubbed in other categories (Hugh Johnson, Denver Post)*
The Broncos were nominated alongside other championship teams, including the Alabama Crimson Tide, Kansas City Royals, Pittsburgh Penguins, Cleveland Cavaliers, Villanova Wildcats and UConn Huskies. *

AFC West Q&A: Is Alex Smith good enough to lead Chiefs to a championship? (
To win a title, there are moments a quarterback has to be the guy to make a play at the biggest time. To win a championship, Smith will have to take a risk when he has the most to lose.

Breaking down the strengths and weaknesses of Sanchez (Andre Simone, BSN Denver)
For this particular film study, I went back to the 2010 and 2011 seasons, Sanchez's second and third years, and also his best with the Jets.

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Five best Broncos comebacks: Broncos 21, Colts 19, 1983 (Andrew Mason)
This was the first chapter in the legend of John Elway.

Griese, Harris Jr., stir up excitement for Judi's House event (Aric DiLalla)
The fundraising for the center never ends. Judi's House, which operates on a multi-million-dollar budget each year, relies on donors to keep its doors open. On Tuesday, the people in attendance made sure to help get Judi's House a little bit closer to its goal.

Sacco Sez: NFF honors Archie Manning (Jim Saccomano)
The NFF and College Football Hall of Fame have announced that Archie Manning has been named the 2016 recipient of the NFF Gold Medal in recognition of his exceptional leadership and unblemished reputation.