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Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Broncos need the sophomores — Chubb, Sutton, Lindsay and others — to grow up fast in 2019 (Paul Klee, Colorado Springs Gazette) Broncos sophomores Courtland Sutton and Josey Jewell are no strangers to getting their hands dirty with some good ol’ fashioned hard work. Are they and their second-year buddies up to the challenge of rehabbing a franchise stuck in the mud?

Broncos Position Preview: Another off-season, another overhaul at quarterback (Ryan O'Halloran, Denver Post)
Joe Flacco (trade) and Drew Lock (draft) were acquired and represent the present/future, respectively. Looking to fix three years’ worth of tumult, Broncos general manager John Elway started over at the quarterback position this offseason.

Broncos roster preview: Even with additions of Munchak, James and Risner, Bolles is key to improved offensive line (Mike Klis, KUSA)
But Bolles’ background is to say he can measurably improve in 2019. He has two more years maturity as a man and experience as a player. He has Mike Munchak as his offensive line coach.

NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year candidates: Kyler Murray leads (Lance Zierlein, NFL.com)
No offensive lineman or tight end has ever won this award, but in this case, Fant is definitely worth a mention as a relative longshot to break the tight end drought.

‘There’s Another Way’: NFL Player Will Parks Teams Up With ‘Philadelphia Ceasefire’ To Kick Off Anti-Violence Event (Natasha Brown, CBS Philadelphia)_ Will Parks may play for the Denver Broncos, but the North Philadelphia native’s heart will always be in the city where he grew up._

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