Ray, Duke Johnson among breakout candidates in Year 2 (Bucky Brooks, NFL.com)
Ray could emerge as a wild-card playmaker for the Broncos in his second pro season. The energetic defender has not only added a few pounds to his chiseled frame, but he has also added a couple of power maneuvers to enhance his patented speed-rush move off the edge.
Ward is motivated (Mike Florio, Pro Football Talk)
Safety T.J. Ward thinks the Denver defense can become one of the best of any year.
LOOK: Coach Kubiak shows off his impressive fishing haul (Kevin Boilard, 24/7 Sports)
On Monday, Kubiak's son, Klein, shared a photo on Twitter of a large redfish they caught on a recent fishing trip.
Thomas cracks the top ten of outside wide receivers (Sports Illustrated)
Thomas should be finding the end zone quite a bit thanks to his size and his shiftiness in the open field. The latter is an underrated trait of his.
Von's contract gives Broncos room in 2016 salary cap (Mike Kils, 9 News)
Even while paying out the largest contract in franchise history, the Denver Broncos managed to pinch a few pennies on their 2016 budget.
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20 days, 20 Broncos camp questions -- 12. Who emerges as the No. 3 WR behind Thomas and Sanders? (Andrew Mason)
It's a tough call, because this could be the most wide-open competition on the roster -- even more so than quarterback.