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Broncos, Briefly: Thursday, March 22, 2018

McDonald on choosing Denver: 'I mean, who wouldn't want to be a Bronco?' (Mike Klis, 9NEWS)*
"They have great players upfront I'll be joining as well as try to help bring a mentality, a Super Bowl mentality back to Denver. That championship mindset."*

Denver Broncos, with visions of an entertainment district, are ready to say goodbye to south stadium parking lots (Jon Murray, Denver Post)*
The Denver Broncos and public officials are ready to pull the trigger on an idea that for years has fueled speculation and intrigue.*

Keenum's options made him a third-down ace in 2017. If the Broncos want to maximize that performance, they need tight end help. (Nick Kosmider, Denver Post)When the pressure came for Case Keenum on third down last season, he had plenty of options as the internal clock began racing in his mind.

Keenum hopes two-year deal now becomes long-term later (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
But both Keenum and the Broncos believe it could all blossom into more if both sides get what they hope for in all of this.

NFL competition committee to recommend catch rule change (Barry Wilner, Associated Press)*
One of the first orders of business when the league's annual meetings begin Monday in Orlando, Florida, will be a proposal by the committee to clarify what is a catch. *

Rainy Pro Day does nothing to dampen enthusiasm for Sam Darnold as likely top draft pick (Albert Breer, MMQB.com)
And in the coming hours, it was clear to all the teams drafting behind the Browns that Darnold had moved one step closer to getting there.

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