The 5 Toughest Corners I've Ever Faced](https://www.theplayerstribune.com/emmanuel-sanders-broncos-5-toughest-corners/) (Emmanuel Sanders, The Players' Tribune)*
*The thing about lists or rankings is that is that somebody deserving always gets left out. But if anybody who has played receiver in the league over the last 10 years does one of these 5 Toughest lists, they can't do it without including Darrelle Revis. Straight up, man-to-man … I don't think there's ever been anybody better.
WR Taylor has earned Broncos' trust -- and plenty of jobs(Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
And wide receiver Jordan Taylor has certainly evolved in his three years with the Denver Broncos. He has gone from the undrafted rookie on the Broncos' practice squad who caught many of Manning's passes as the future Hall of Famer was trying to come back from a foot injury to perhaps the Broncos' biggest multitasker, the more-you-can-do guy.
Rest was nice for Broncos but still doesn't cure season's ills (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
[E]ven a three-day weekend didn't really make the Broncos feel that much better about the way this season has unfolded. Their best possible finish remains 7-9 in what will be their second consecutive playoff miss after five consecutive AFC West titles.
Player Q&A: WR Latimer(Aric DiLalla, DenverBroncos.com)
"I just need to keep making plays. I've missed a lot of games, and I've had the opportunity to start playing in the slot position, so I just need to keep taking it one game at a time and make plays whenever my number is called on. It's been a long time coming. I've been waiting and been being patient, but it feels good to get some game action, get these catches and these plays I'm making. I've got to continue to make them, because it's a contract year for me."