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Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Will the Broncos have a workhorse running back or a committee? (Mark Kiszla, Denver Post)
"I'm OK with a lead back and a change of pace back."

Elway to compete in CoBank Colorado Senior Open (Joe Nguyen, Denver Post)
Elway finished second in the 2014 and 2016 tournaments.

Henderson after car wreck left him all-over body sore: ‘I feel like I played a football game’ (Mike Klis, 9News)
Broncos running back De'Angelo Henderson was briefly hospitalized with minor injuries Saturday night after he was an accidental victim of a high-speed police chase involving a woman driving a stolen vehicle.

David Tepper expected to sign Panthers purchase deal (David Newton, ESPN)
A source confirmed to ESPN that the Panthers will be sold for $2.2 billion. That will set a record for the highest sale price for an NFL team, surpassing the $1.4 billion that the Buffalo Bills were sold for in 2014. The NBA's Houston Rockets also sold for $2.2 billion in 2017.

Elway thinks the Chargers might be the AFC West’s team to beat (Jared Dubin, CBS Sports)
"It's the wild, wild West. I thought the Chargers did a really nice job with the draft," Elway said, per The MMQB's Peter King. "They've got the settled quarterback, even though the Raiders do too. Looking at it, [the Chargers] may be the ones to beat. As I stand here, looking at it, the Chargers might be the team to beat."

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