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Broncos, Briefly: Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019

**AFC West rookie grades: Denver upgraded both sides of the ball** (Nick Shook,
Chubb was lost in the shuffle of the season, but he was an impact player opposite Von Miller, racking up 60 tackles and 12 sacks as a rookie. Sutton is the new jump-ball winner Denver sorely needed, and Freeman was one half of a rookie backfield that looks to be set for years to come. Lindsay was the best addition of the entire class, and he came via free agency.

**Where will Nick Foles land? Our beat writers break down the market** (Sheil Kapadia, The Athletic)
I would expect the Broncos to seriously consider their options with veteran quarterbacks before setting their sights on the draft prospects — especially if they're not in love with any of the rookie options this year. They have the cap space and could find more by cutting some veterans on the roster.

**Never-before-told stories about Pat Bowlen from those who know him best — his children** (Mike Klis, 9News)
At a downtown hotel conference room here late Saturday morning, hours before the Pro Football Hall of Fame voting committee would elect Bowlen into the class of 2019 as a contributor, 9News was given incredible access to six of Bowlen's seven children.

**Emmanuel Sanders sheds walking boot after Achilles surgery** (Kyle Fredrickson, Denver Post)
His caption read: "Slight limp but I'm finally out of the boot."

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