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Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, July 19, 2016


"We can be as good as we want to be. We can become the best defense of all time. That's what we're working toward."]( (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)*
With training camp about a week away, the boisterous and proud members of the Broncos let it be known they're still out to defend their crown as Super Bowl champions — and as the NFL's best defense.*

Whether QB or GM, unconventional Elway gets it done (Mike Klis, 9 News)
He can go from hero on the field to executive in the front office and nothing changes.

NFL to test computer chips in footballs during preseason (Associated Press)
The NFL will test computer chips in footballs this preseason to determine how well the balls perform, particularly in the kicking game.

Read up on the biggest stories from a busy last week in the NFL (Adam Schein,
Really. There was never a doubt that Denver would get a deal done with the superstar pass rusher. It was too important. It was everything. John Elway and the Broncos needed to pay the Super Bowl 50 MVP, needed to pay one of the five best and most impactful defensive players in the sport today. And Miller never wanted to leave.

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WATCH: Ward tees it up in charity golf outing (Matt Boyer)
This week Broncos safety T.J. Ward held his second annual golf outing to benefit his foundation aimed at helping underprivileged kids.

Ware, Talib on the mend as they attend Ward's charity golf outing (Andrew Mason)
Unlike many of their teammates, Ware and Talib didn't leave the Denver area for multiple weeks. They've been regulars at Dove Valley, rehabilitating from their injuries.

20 days, 20 Broncos camp questions -- 11. Are Barrett and Ray ready for bigger roles? (Andrew Mason)
But with Ware watching from the sideline and Miller unsigned, Barrett and Ray took the first-team repetitions throughout OTAs.