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Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2019

Before practice on Monday, Winfree was asked what feels bigger: A catch to convert a third down or a special teams tackle?

"(A tackle) is just as big," he said. "I want to be that guy, wherever it's at."

Despite an extended training camp and preseason, many positions still lack clarity among the reserves, making last Saturday's loss to the Rams in Los Angeles and the final game against the Cardinals on Thursday critical tryouts for bubble players.

The 2019 season marks Logan's 30th year in the KOA Denver Broncos broadcast booth and his 23rd season in the play-by-play role.

Coming off of a 6-10 finish to 2018 that led to the firing of Vance Joseph after just one year as head coach and a trade to bring in former Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco, general manager John Elway isn't a fan of "the process." He wants to get back to winning in short order, and the good news is the Broncos have enough firepower to make it happen. With that, let's discuss five presumably bold predictions for a team that owned their division in the first half of this decade.

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