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Broncos, Briefly: Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017

Miller has Carson Wentz’s attention (Tim McManus, ESPN)
"With Von Miller over there, you've got to always know where he's at. There's a reason he's always talked about as one of the best players in the league. It shows up on tape," Wentz said.

**Osweiler replaces Siemian as Broncos’ starting quarterback**(Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
So Elway brought him back to again be a backup and a safety net. But now, Osweiler's stint in rehab is over. "I'm checking out," he said jokingly on Wednesday.

**Broncos linebacker Ray expects to get “more comfortable every week” wearing cast**(Nick Kosmider, Denver Post)
"I felt good," Ray said of his season debut against the Chiefs on Monday night. "It's hard to play with one hand, but I don't make excuses. I've just got to be better. I expect to get more comfortable every week with this."

Broncos Cheerleaders nominated for Salute to Service Award (Alexander Kirk, 9 News)*
The nomination is in recognition of the 10th anniversary of the "Cheer for the Troops" collection drive. *

**Broncos Bench Siemian, Name Osweiler the Starter: How Might This Play Out in Denver?**(Connor Orr, MMQB)
As we see it now, here is what might happen in Denver over the next two months...

*The NFL’s offensive line crisis has no single diagnosis (Robert Mays, The Ringer)
Those who are involved with offensive linemen in the NFL—from current and former players to coaches to executives—admit that the league is approaching a crossroads at the position. *

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