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Broncos, Briefly: Wednesday, August 31, 2016

From Madden to Broncos, Gotsis' NFL journey still a work in progress (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
If Adam Gotsis scrolls through the calendar pages he's flipped in his life and digs deep, he can point to the exact moment he discovered football.

*Sanchez praises Denver as a first class organization, “I want to be here. I love being here.” (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Mark Sanchez doesn't know what his long-term future holds in Denver. He doesn't know what his future holds this week, even. But the veteran quarterback wants to make one thing clear: He wants to stay in Denver.*

Siemian's life has taken a turn to the sublime (Dan Hanzus,
The former seventh-round pick has made the remarkable climb from depth chart also-ran to starting quarterback for a defending Super Bowl champion.

WATCH: NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport: Manning prepared Siemian to be the starter (
Siemian finds "keen understanding" of how to find NFL success by watching Peyton Manning

Taylor ready to take lessons learned on Broncos’ scout team to the playing field (Andre Simon, BSNDenver)
Sunshine's unusual path is what has lead him to this point, firmly in the Broncos receiving group and looking to contribute in a bigger role, as injuries to Bennie Fowler and Cody Latimer have given him more snaps.

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ESPN's Jon Gruden breaks down Broncos' chances with Siemian (Aric DiLalla)
ESPN's Monday Night Football commentator and former head coach Jon Gruden said Tuesday he thinks the Broncos can find early wins as Trevor Siemian "continues to progress and show the world what he's all about."

WATCH: 'D-Ware Cam' takes us inside the locker room (*
DeMarcus Ware takes over the Broncos TV camera before Denver's final home preseason game.

Takeaways from Tuesday's Broncos work: Lynch's progress, injury updates and more (Andrew Mason)Lynch is not fighting for a spot, of course. But Head Coach Gary Kubiak wants to see the rookie continue his incremental progress -- this time playing from start to finish, which is the plan barring injury.