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Broncos, Briefly: Thursday, March 2, 2017

Joseph addresses Ware’s free agency, says any new deal “has to make sense on both sides” (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
He's played for Denver the past three seasons and helped the Broncos win a Super Bowl a year ago.

Elway says he’s happy with Broncos’ two young QBs but is “open to everything” (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
The photo-op was there and John Elway surely knew it, so he continued to chat up Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett as the cameras flickered.

Joseph: Siemian played through “horrific” shoulder injury, but is “on track for OTAs” (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
The left shoulder injury that Trevor Siemian so often brushed off as "part of the game," was apparently worse than even he knew. The AC joint injury, described by Broncos head coach Vance Joseph as "horrific," was a Grade 5 sprain, not Grade 3 as originally believed.

Broncos to meet with Christian McCaffrey (Mike Klis, 9News)
The son of former Broncos receiver great Ed McCaffrey, Christian McCaffrey nearly won the Heisman Trophy as a sophomore in 2015 when he rushed for 2,019 yards, caught 45 passes for another 645 yards and scored touchdowns off both a punt and kickoff return.

NFL prospects have been prepping for this big week (Arnie Stapleton, AP)
They've been following strict programs designed to help them get stronger, run faster and jump higher in anticipation of getting poked and prodded, measured and treasured.

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Takeaways from Elway and Joseph at the Scouting Combine (Andrew Mason)*
With the new league year just eight days away and the Scouting Combine kicking into full gear, Head Coach Vance Joseph touched on several topics in question-and-answer sessions with media Wednesday. *

Joseph on QB competition: ‘The best guy will play’ (Aric DiLalla)*
"It's going to be an open competition, and whoever wins the job, that's who's going to play," said Joseph during his media availability Wednesday at the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine. "That's as fair as it can be." *

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