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Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, August 30, 2016

*Siemian one wild story for Broncos (Paul Klee, Colorado Springs Gazette)
Trevor Siemian's football career got its start, for real, in a ninth-grade English class in Orlando, Fla.*

Siemian is an action, not words kind of quarterback (Mike Klis, KUSA)
Come to think about it, there are similarities between Siemian and the head coach who gave him this chance. Like Kubiak, Siemian isn't flashy. He's not arrogant. He is solid and matter of fact.

*Siemian wasn't handed QB job, he won it (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
In late May, the Broncos' Pro Bowl cornerback strolled off the practice field and dropped this little bit of foreshadowing: "Trevor has a maturity to him. He's kind of the sleeper, I would say. Of course Mark Sanchez and Paxton Lynch are going to be the headlines, but Trevor knows the offense. He's very comfortable and can throw the ball, too. We've also seen him make big plays in the preseason games under the lights. I wouldn't sleep on Trevor to win the job.''*

Miller in the best shape of his life as regular season approaches (Andre Simone, BSNDenver.com)
Creating pressure on the Rams quarterbacks and ending a third-down attempt early on with a patented sack, the Broncos star looked to get back into full form.

Northwestern alums share their college memories of the QB (SI Staff, Sports Illustrated)*
He was brilliant, leading Northwestern to a shock 43–40 overtime victory in South Bend. His final statistics aren't particularly impressive—30-for-48 for 284 yards and one touchdown with two interceptions—but they're misleading, as Northwestern managed to drop several great passes from the quarterback. *

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Kubiak: 'I believe in Trevor and what he can do' (DenverBroncos.com)*
The head coach addressed the media Monday about his decision to name Siemian the starter. *

Takeaways from practice and the Broncos' QB decision day (Andrew Mason)Was it a bold decision to start the 2015 seventh-round pick? "No, I feel like it's the right decision," Head Coach Gary Kubiak said.

The Gold Standard: Lindsey Vonn visits the Broncos (Aric DiLalla)*
"I learned that he's not that good at Ping-Pong [laughter]. But we still won, so it's totally fine." *

'This was one of the best days of my entire life' (Mikey Massey, Denver Broncos.com)
My first impression of him was 'wow he is tall.' I talked with him for a while and learned a few fun facts about Shane Ray.

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