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Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, December 6, 2016

*Eye on the Tennessee Titans: Broncos’ AFC playoff trial starts in full (Nick Groke, Denver Post)
The Broncos last week faced the NFL's No. 2 pass defense, Jacksonville. They may get a reprieve this week. Tennessee's secondary ranks 26th in the NFL allowing 270.3 yards passing per game. *

Should Broncos root for Chiefs or Raiders victory Thursday night? (Nicki Jhabvala and Mark Kiszla)
So what would be more beneficial to Denver on Thursday night: A victory by the Raiders or the Chiefs?

Broncos hope Siemian will be ready to play against Titans (Jeff Legwold,
"But he is out of the boot,'' Kubiak said. "I know he's doing a lot better since he's been out of the boot.''

Forsett reunites with Kubiak in Denver (Arnie Stapleton, Associated Press)
Justin Forsett and Gary Kubiak are back together and both are counting on their reunion in Denver leading to a revival.

UCHealth continues to spread Broncos Fever (UCHealth Writers, Coloradoan)
These are all opportunities for UCHealth to make a meaningful connection with Broncos fans, said Manny Rodriguez, UCHealth's chief marketing officer.

Broncos playoff push rides on Siemian's health (Paul Klee, Colorado Springs Gazette)
Will Trevor Siemian return to the field for Denver's critical game Sunday at Tennessee?

10 telling stats from the Denver Broncos’ win over the Jacksonville Jaguars (Ken Pomponio, BSN Denver)
CB Chris Harris Jr. was thrown at nine times Sunday—according to the analytic folks at Pro Football Focus

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Check out what's on

Denver Rescue Mission Holiday Party (
Several Broncos stopped by the Denver Rescue Mission on Monday night for their annual holiday party.

Next-Day Notebook: Looking back at Lynch's second start (Andrew Mason)
Paxton Lynch's second start wasn't elegant, but Head Coach Gary Kubiak saw cause for optimism after reviewing the film of the Broncos' 20-10 win at Jacksonville, and that's where Monday's takeaways begin.

Instant Classical: Harris' juggling interception (*
Watch Chris Harris Jr.'s interception return edited to Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker-Dance of the Reed Flutes." *

Flipbooks: A closer look at game-changing plays vs. Jacksonville (Ben Swanson)
*Broncos team photographer Eric Bakke gives you an exclusive closer look at three of the Broncos' most dynamic plays, one frame at a time, beginning with Bradley Roby's 51-yard pick-six. *

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