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Broncos, Briefly: Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2019

Although his production isn't up to his usual standards, Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller is headed to the Pro Bowl for the eighth time.

If only his Gram could see Alexander Johnson now.

He took over as a starter at inside linebacker for the Broncos only 10 games ago. Johnson has been a beast, recording 78 tackles, firmly establishing himself as a reason to believe better days are ahead for a team that's doomed to miss the NFL playoffs for a fourth consecutive year.

"Absolutely. I'd love to retire a Bronco," he said. "That would be a dream come true. Again, it's a business, and if they're ready to move on from me, they're ready to move on from me."

The hope is to play for "probably three or four more years," Wolfe said, and after his performance this season, it's clear he has plenty more to give.

Andy and Laura — the parents of Denver's rookie quarterback, Drew Lock — have been to Arrowhead before. In previous visits, they too would've been decked out in red and gold and likely chanted along with the tens of thousands of Chiefs fans.

For the Lee's Summit, Missouri natives, that was their reality.

But that was before Drew was drafted by the Broncos in April, and their allegiances changed.

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