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Broncos, Briefly: Thursday, September 8, 2016

Siemian’s journey to becoming Broncos’ starter stamped by big moments (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Trevor Siemian's chances are running out of ways to describe him and running out of reasons they should have to.

Anderson has the confidence and opportunity to power Broncos' offense (Jeff Legwold,
When C.J. Anderson was an hour or two from being a Miami Dolphins running back earlier this offseason, the Denver Broncos showed the fourth-year running back the money.

Broncos’ Davis is ready to be the “thunder” to Marshall’s “lightning” (Sam Cowhick, BSN Denver)
Todd Davis has assumed a starting inside linebacker role after longtime Bronco and well-liked Danny Trevathan departed for Chicago. Trevathan's departure has brought some trepidation amongst Broncos fans but not his closest teammate on the field.

How you can be part of the Broncos Huddle? (Amanda Kesting, KUSA)
Each week, Emmanuel Sanders and Rod Mackey host the Broncos Huddle, a 9NEWS special about the NFL season. And you can be a part of the show!

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The most important parts of #CARvsDEN

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Broncos agree to terms with WR Sanders on a contract extension (Andrew Mason)
He was their most productive wide receiver during last season's playoff run to Super Bowl 50. He has posted back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons, capitalizing off a more prominent role than he ever had in Pittsburgh and making a Pro Bowl appearance in the process.

Get Hyped for Panthers vs. Broncos (
The 2016 NFL Season is officially here! Time to get hyped for Panthers vs. Broncos.

Rookie Diaries: Life after college (Justin Simmons and Will Parks)
It's really different, if you're comparing it to college. The attention to detail is just hyped up that much more. In college you only have a certain block of time, but here you have all the time in the world.

Photos: Behind the scenes look at team photo day (Aric DiLalla and Ben Swanson)
Go behind the scenes at the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse, where the Broncos held their annual team photo after Wednesday's walkthrough.

Broncos help open festivities at Kickoff Village (Ben Swanson)
If you're like most Broncos fans, waiting for kickoff means time moves slowly. There are countless ways to spend that time, but for football fanatics, there might be none better than heading to Civic Center Park in downtown Denver to hang out at Kickoff Village, which opened Wednesday afternoon.