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Broncos, Briefly: Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Is Broncos’ linebacker Miller the next Lawrence Taylor? (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)With the speed of a defensive back and the power of a defensive lineman, Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller displays a rare athleticism that allows him to consistently take over games and make the "wow" plays that cause opposing offensive linemen to cringe while watching film.

Talib turns a turnover into a touchdown -- again (Jeff Legwold,
Talib said his ability to turn a turnover into a touchdown is rooted in what happens Monday through Saturday most weeks during the season.

Miller explains how the Broncos will adapt (Troy Renck, KMGH)*
Von Miller didn't dance Sunday. He posted three sacks in arguably the best regular-season game of his career, yet there were no funky gyrations. *

Ray is ready to step up this season (Sam Cowhick, BSN Denver)
In his place will be the team's 2015 first-round NFL draft pick, Shane Ray and the young man is ready.

You can have Anderson at your breakfast table (Mallory Davis, KUSA)
Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson will soon grace your kitchen table with his presence ... in the form of a cereal box.

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Anderson sees potential as first-tier back (Aric DiLalla)
He wasn't there when general managers passed him up time and time again during the 2013 draft. Twenty-five times, a running back was chosen. Twenty-five times, Anderson's name wasn't called. He remembers that.

What you should know from the Broncos' Monday (Andrew Mason)
Is this peak Von? To this point, yes, but it might not turn out to be his career apex.

Talib goes one-on-one with ‘Prime Time’ after the game (*
NFL Network's Deion Sanders talks with Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib after the Broncos Week 2 win over the Indianapolis Colts. *

DBC take part in Women Build Week (*
The Denver Broncos Cheerleaders trade their poms for hammers as they take part in Habitat for Humanity's 2016 Women's Build Week. *

Flipbooks: Frame-by-frame looks at dynamic defensive plays (
Broncos team photographers captured two key defensive plays from the win over Indianapolis with frame-by-frame action from multiple angles, revealing rare and raw moments from Sunday's most thrilling scores.