OneRepublic to play NFL Kickoff park at Civic Center Park before Broncos Panthers season opener (Denver Post)*
Just before NFL football returns and the Denver Broncos begin their quest to repeat as Super Bowl champions, the NFL is throwing a kickoff party at Civic Center Park, the league announced Monday. *
Veteran cornerback Talib returns to practice at Broncos camp (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Talib had been working with the team's trainers to maintain his conditioning and strength over the past few weeks but was on the non-football injury list and barred from participating in on-field work.
WATCH: Broncos, Miller make fan's dream come true at camp (KMGH)*
On Monday, the Stanwood family had their chance to meet the Broncos, including Von Miller and coach Gary Kubiak. *
Bigger, stronger Ray has added to his arsenal of pass-rushing moves (Andre Simone, BSNDenver.com)
"I feel like I've had a good camp," explained Ray. "I've shown that I can play in all aspects of the game. I'm more comfortable, and I think my coaches see that. For me, it's just getting better every day—keep working.
Broncos' undrafted rookies are looking to repeat history (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
For those players trying to carve out a roster spot on a defending Super Bowl champion, one that the team's top football decision-maker has said is even better than last season, they could be considered the longest of long shots.
Hall of Fame, Class of 2017: Forecasting the next Canton clique (Elliot Harrison, NFL.com)
Terrell Davis, RB, Broncos: Davis' candidacy amounts to a Hall conundrum for voters and fans who pay close attention to this process, mostly due to the short walk that was his career. He only played seven seasons. So did Gale Sayers, and he's in, right? That's not enough in many people's minds. This debate typically follows a familiar script.
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WATCH: Von hosts 'biggest fan' from Children's Hospital (DenverBroncos.com)*
Broncos linebacker Von Miller hosted a special guest at practice on Monday as 14 year-old Mathew Stanwood and his family got to meet the Super Bowl MVP. *
Broncos Training Camp Takeaways: Day 12 -- Where the quarterbacks stand (Andrew Mason)
Trevor Siemian* has already shown he can play within himself and display a steady hand in practice when he guides the first team. But his best chance to stake a claim to the No. 1 spot in the regular season is by showing that same unruffled demeanor in game conditions.*
WATCH: Sanchez, Siemian focus on field, not depth chart (DenverBroncos.com)*
Mark Sanchez and Trevor Siemian are both listed as No. 1 quarterbacks on the Broncos' first depth chart of the 2016 season. *
*Booker continues to impress the Broncos (Aric DiLalla)
What should've been a pedestrian incompletion became an instantaneous example of why the Broncos drafted the Utah product in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft.*