Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, July 10, 2018

99 Warriors: No. 53, two-time All-American, three-time All-Big Ten linebacker Randy Gradishar (James Grega, Eleven Warriors)

The Warren, Ohio native started every year he was eligible to play varsity football and made a name for himself immediately, being named a first team All-Big Ten selection as a sophomore in 1971, collecting 84 tackles in his first year as a starter as the Buckeyes limped to a 6-4 record in which they lost their final three games.

Denver Broncos unveil banner for football stadium’s temporary name (Joe Nguyen, The Denver Post)

The Broncos’ interim stadium name now has a temporary sign to accompany it.

Miller has most QB pressures of any player drafted since 2006 (Zack Kelberman, 247 Sports)

According to Pro Football Focus, Miller has the most quarterback pressures of any player drafted since 2006: a staggering 466 in 96 career games. Speaking to his generational talent, he also tallied the most pressures through 32 games (155) and 48 games (233).

The Denver Broncos Mascot’s $23 Million Ranch Is for Sale (James Tarmy, Bloomberg)

The Blakes, Thunder in tow, would go to the ranch for some relaxation and horse riding, but at this point, Magness Blake says, “we have a huge life in Denver, and we don’t get there as much.” As a consequence, they’ve put the Silverthorne ranch on the market with Jack Wolfe of LIV Sotheby’s International Realty for $23 million.

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