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Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, May 23, 2017

NFL should readopt sudden death overtime instead of reducing it five minutes (Jarrett Bell, USA Today)
Owners are expected to adopt another change to the overtime rule, which would reduce the extra period from 15 minutes to 10, while keeping the two-possession philosophy intact.

Way-too-early look at Broncos' offensive depth chart (Troy Renck, KMGH)
It's time for a way-too-early look at Broncos' offensive depth chart.

Roster exemptions for players with concussions could draw vote from NFL owners (Tom Pelissero, USA Today)
The NFL already has a concussion protocol players must pass, including clearance by an independent neurologist, before returning to action.

As OTAs begin, which signal-callers have the edge to start in September? (Jonathan Jones, SI.com)*
Here's a look at the top seven quarterback battles, in order of intensity and uncertainty, this offseason. *

Broncos OTAs primer: QBs and other positions to watch (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
The past five months at Dove Valley have been about change — changing the Broncos' coaching staff, changing their playbook, changing their roster, changing their attitude.

Broncos OTA preview: Shh, here comes the new boss (Mike Klis, 9News)
When the real work starts, everybody wants to know how the new boss governs.

Calling the Broncos' opener? Beth Mowins has 'been preparing for this my whole life' (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
It is an assignment almost four decades in the making.

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