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Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, December 20, 2016

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Eye on the Kansas City Chiefs](http://www.denverpost.com/2016/12/19/eye-on-the-kansas-city-chiefs-2/) (Nick Groke, Denver Post)*
Broncos face tall order in stopping red-hot Tyreek Hill. *

Broncos lead most popular NFL teams in states that don't have one (Maury Brown, Forbes)*
Arguments may rage for markets that have an NFL franchise as to who has the most popular team, but what about states that don't have one? What are the most popular in places like Kansas or Arkansas, Delaware or Hawaii?*

Broncos playoff scenarios range from in at 9-7 to out at 10-6 (Mike Klis, KUSA)
"The only scenario I know is that if we don't win, we get no chance,'' said Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak.

The Broncos face the possibility of being down to one healthy tight end, Jeff Heuerman, if Green and Derby can't clear the concussion protocol by Sunday. Heuerman is coming off his best game as a Bronco with two catches for 40 yards.*

Check out what's on DenverBroncos.com

Next Day Notebook: 'No division' in locker room, says Kubiak (Andrew Mason)
Also: Jordan Norwood's struggles, the appearance for Billy Turner and Emmanuel Sanders' thoughts on Norwood.

Ware given 2016 Darrent Williams Good Guy Award (DenverBroncos.com)
Denver media selected DeMarcus Ware as the winner of the 10th annual Darrent Williams Good Guy Award.
'DeMarcus Claus' surprises kids at holiday party (DenverBroncos.com)
Linebacker DeMarcus Ware spread some Christmas cheer this week when he dressed as Santa Claus during the Broncos players holiday party for kids from the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver.
 

'Holidays with the Harrises' raises money for kids (DenverBroncos.com)
The holiday spirit was alive and well Monday night, at Holidays with the Harrises, an event raising money for underprivileged kids in the Denver area through the Chris Harris Jr. Foundation.

King Soopers Fan Gallery vs. Patriots (DenverBroncos.com)
A look at how Broncos Country viewed the Broncos' Week 15 matchup vs. the Patriots

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