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Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, October 18, 2016



Ware 'hopeful' he's closing in on return to lineup (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
"I'm getting better and better," Ware said after the Broncos' practice. "I'm getting there. I just keep doing what I'm supposed to do. I don't think it will be too long. I'll be ready when it's time."

With Kubiak back, Broncos focus on correcting mistakes, preparing for next challenge (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Kubiak returned to a 4-2 team at a crossroads, on the heels of consecutive losses in a five-day span and a week away from facing its former quarterback, Houston's Brock Osweiler, in a Monday night game in Denver.

Donate blood, meet a Bronco during 19th 'Drive for Life' (Krystyna Biassou, KUSA)
Bonfils has teamed up with the Denver Broncos to help host Drive for Life. In 2015, this event netted 1,140 blood donations.

Kubiak returns with confidence after week away from Broncos (Lindsay H. Jones, USA TODAY Sports)
For now, both Kubiak and the Broncos have the benefit of time to improve. Denver doesn't play again until next Monday night against the Houston Texans, the team Kubiak coached from 2006-13, and former Denver quarterback Brock Osweiler.

Booker 'deserves' more carries (Jeff Legwold,

Near or at the top of his to-do list was to be better in the run game, and to that end rookie running back Devontae Booker can expect to get the ball in his hands more.*

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Five things you should know: Kubiak's message to the team, Booker's workload, and more (Andrew Mason)
Kubiak had three points of emphasis to share with his team when he met with them Monday. Find out what they were, as well as notes on Booker and QB Trevor Siemian.

Broncos awarded Turner off waivers (Andrew Mason)
To make room for the offensive lineman, the Broncos released Darrion Weems.

Kubiak feeling ‘really good’ as he returns to UCHealth Training Center (Aric DiLalla)
Head Coach Gary Kubiak speaks to the media for the first time as he returns from a week of recovery.

*Photos: Kubiak is back at work  (
A visual look at the Broncos' first practice since Thursday's game against San Diego. Gary Kubiak returned to practice, having recovered from complex migraine symptoms. *