Siemian is in the Broncos' starting QB mix, which is good enough for him](http://espn.go.com/blog/denver-broncos/post/_/id/20821/broncos-say-trevor-siemian-in-mix-to-be-starting-qb-and-thats-good-enough-for-him) (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)*
Some believed there could be no way Siemian was in the mix. Except, he was before Kubiak put the official stamp on it, and still is after Kubiak's declaration that it is a tie.*
AFC West Q&A: Can Chargers RB Melvin Gordon rush for 1,000 yards this season? (ESPN.com)
"Can he? Sure, I suppose, so long as he's healthy and ready to roll, given his combination of physicality and speed.*" *
Manning ready to watch football rather than play it (Steve Megargee, AP)
Peyton Manning is looking forward to the transition from football player to football fan.
NFL involving position coaches in looking at more kickoff rule changes (Tom Pelissero, USA Today)
The NFL is assessing the viability of further rules changes on kickoffs with unprecedented input from the league's special teams coordinators, who want to save the exciting play from extinction.
What to watch for during the NFL's quiet period (Conor Orr, NFL.com)
By now you know the NFL is anything but uneventful from the end of minicamp to the beginning of training camp. This has the trappings of a very noisy summer.
Thomas: I was thinking too much last season (Josh Alper, Pro Football Talk)
Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas said earlier this offseason that 2015 was "the worst of my past four years," citing a high number of drops as a reason why his performance fell short of where he wanted it to be.
As fullback position returns to Denver, two players try to reap the benefits (Sam Cowhick, BSN Denver)
Juwan Thompson, a third-year Bronco, and rookie Andy Janovich are the clear favorites to bring the fullback position back into the fold for Denver's offense and both are seeing encouraging signs in the early stages.* *
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