Siemian has natural pocket presence and fourth-quarter magic (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)Through the mob of defensive players yelling his name, rubbing his head and cheering him, Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian emerged from the crowd wearing a wide, toothy smile to receive the game ball from coach Gary Kubiak.
Okung quickly goes from new guy to team union boss (Mike Klis, KUSA)
Bronco players voted Okung to be their top union rep last week in a meeting with NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith.
Helping hands on defense lift younger Broncos (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
Parks said Ward, knowing Parks might have to play against the Bengals because of Justin Simmons' wrist injury, sat down with him last Wednesday night to go over some things, to help prepare the rookie to play.
Elway made the sharpest QB pick (Steve Serby, New York Post)
Does John Elway know quarterbacks or what?
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Broncos fan and Hollywood starlet Kate Hudson watched the game with her son, Ryder, and she could not believe that her son was rooting for the Bengals.
Sacco Sez: The history of the sack (Jim Saccomano)
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