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Broncos, Briefly: Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Something changed in Thomas, and it's not just his size (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Something happened to Demaryius Thomas in the months after Super Bowl 50. Something changed in the way he walked, the way he greeted reporters who were eager to pelt him with more questions about his drops and mistakes and pressures that filled his 2015 season.

Heuerman could have 'some real impact' in Broncos offense (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
Even after the shortest of glimpses of Heuerman in last year's minicamp before the injury, he was a player Broncos coach Gary Kubiak said would have a significant role in the offense.

Norwood, competitor and mentor (Malika Andrews, Denver Post)
Despite the defensive line coming at him full speed, when he catches the football, he doesn't look nervous or anxious to take flight. His movements are calculated. He uses similar care when cradling the ball as he does when playfully tossing his 8-month-old daughter, Franni, into the air after training camp practice is done for the day.

Photos: Day 5 of Broncos Training Camp (KUSA)
The best of Day 5 at Broncos camp

Can facing tenacious defense now help Broncos offense later? (Ryan Koenigsberg, BSN Denver)
At the very least, the Broncos aren't likely to go up against a defense that surprises them with their talent, scheme or execution.

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Watch: Webster impresses with increased workload (Chris Hayre)*
Fourth-year cornerback Kayvon Webster has seen increased reps in practice with Aqib Talib out. *

Broncos welcome aboard DL Koht  (Aric DiLalla)The Broncos swapped defensive linemen on Tuesday as they signed Lars Koht and waived Shaneil Jenkins.

Broncos innovation continues with Gatorade hydration study (Aric DiLalla)*
Instead, the team is searching for an edge down the stretch -- in December, in January and in February. And so inside UCHealth Training Center, the Broncos are looking for innovative ways to keep the players at peak performance. *

Miller "sport version" to debut in 2016 (Chris Hayre)*
Super Bowl MVP Von Miller looks physically ready to go for the 2016 season. *

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