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Broncos, Briefly: Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019

“It was like a dream come true, coming back out here,” Lock said. “I was starting my journey in the NFL all over again.”

The former third-round pick has developed into much more than a “rangy” safety or the guy who replaced T.J. Ward. Now in his fourth season, Simmons, 25, is not only one of the Broncos’ most versatile and valuable players, but one whose on-field production is matched by his commitment off the field, and whose approach is wise beyond his years.

Despite his impressive NFL debut, Allen enters his second NFL start Sunday against a tough Minnesota Vikings team while buzz around him is about how rookie quarterback Drew Lock is practicing with the expectation to eventually take over.

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