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Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Broncos rookie class is poised to make an impact (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
The Broncos also believed he was one of the most accomplished special teams players on the draft board, so if Janovich holds up his end of the bargain in the weeks ahead he should get significant playing time.

It's home sweet home for the vets (Mike Klis, 9News)
Veteran Denver Bronco players will enjoy a new feature at training camp this year. Their own beds. 

Simmons and Parks are set for the standard (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
Rookie safeties Justin Simmons and Will Parks are two of the newest additions to a veteran bunch. Both shined during organized team activities, but with training camp set to start on Thursday it's time to put on the pads and fight hard for a job.

Thomas' offseason emphasis: catching the ball (Mike Klis, 9News)
"Of course, catch the ball a lot," Thomas said in an interview with 9NEWS Saturday during teammate C.J. Anderson's youth football camp in Vallejo, Calif. "Try to trim down a little. See if that helps so I get speed, get a little quicker for the different type of offense. So some of the norms but tried to catch a little more. I had a couple drops I shouldn't have had last year so it was mainly catching the ball and keeping the eye on the ball."

Watch: Counting down to camp (NFL.com)
Mike Silver breaks down the biggest questions, including the quarterback battle, ahead of Broncos camp.

Aaron Rogers deciphers the 'Omaha' call (John Breech, CBSNews)
For years, football fans everywhere have tried to solve the riddle of the 'Omaha' call, only to come up empty. The frustration has finally come to an end though because Rodgers spilled the beans during a recent appearance on the HBO show *Any
Given *Wednesday*. *

Five burning questions before camp (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
It's no surprise what will attract the most attention at Broncos training camp, which starts Thursday at Dove Valley. Every movement in the starting quarterback battle will create headlines, followed in importance by how all-pro outside linebacker Von Miller is faring after he missed offseason workouts.

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20 days, 20 Broncos camp questions -- 18. Will the best camp competition actually be at punter? (Andrew Mason)
Teams don't keep two punters on the 53-man roster, although there are rare instances of having a second punter on the practice squad.

Back to school for the Broncos (Aric DiLalla)
After the Broncos helped the kids find everything from scissors and glue sticks to jeans and tennis shoes, they shared some of their own favorite memories from their childhood.

Look: Rookies are getting back up to speed (Ben Swanson)*
Ahead of the start of training camp, Broncos rookies have reported to get back up to speed on the field before camp begins in earnest. *

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