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Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018


Lamar Jackson a wild card, but worth a long look from Broncos]( (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)*
*And while potential will always outweigh production in the draft world, Jackson's production is of the outlier variety and certainly deserves a look from the Broncos and everyone else in the league. He finished his three seasons at Louisville with 69 passing touchdowns, 50 rushing touchdowns, two 3,500-yard passing seasons, two 1,500-yard rushing seasons and one Heisman Trophy.

Broncos roundtable: Former players discuss QB options, offseason needs for team (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
The Broncos begin their offseason with a lengthy to-do list to try to improve their roster and get back to the playoffs. As the changes continue to unfold, four former Broncos players offered their opinion on the team and their future in a players-only roundtable with The Denver Post.

AFC West awards: Coach of the year decided between Chiefs, Chargers (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)[Joey] Bosa was selected as ESPN's AFC West defensive player of the year. He received three of the four votes from reporters covering the division. Broncos linebacker Von Miller received the other.

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