Broncos, Briefly: Thursday, May 24, 2018

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Broncos tight end Butt out to prove he’s no cautionary tale](https://www.denverpost.com/2018/05/24/jake-butt-denver-broncos-tight-end/) (Kyle Fredrickson, The Denver Post)*
Butt, who suffered two ACL tears since 2014, says he feels “the strongest I’ve ever been.”*

New Mexico 'one-ups' Colorado in chile battle, partners with Denver Broncos (Marissa Lucero, KRQE)
This season, concession stands at Sports Authority Field at Mile High will be decked-out in 505 Southwestern gear. Everything from select chips, green chile and queso will be sold at the stadium.

Denver lost its bid to host the 2019 NFL draft. It will probably lose 2020, too. So what’s next? (Nicki Jhabvala, The Athletic)
Although it’s unlikely Denver will this decade, the city and the Broncos will continue to push to host in the near future.

Answering the biggest questions around the NFL's anthem policy (Kevin Seifert, ESPN)
NFL owners have approved a policy that could end player protests during the national anthem. Will it work? Are owners truly united in the effort? And is it more complicated than it needed to be?

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