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Broncos, Briefly: Wednesday, July 6, 2016

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Will Miller get a long-term deal by July 15?](http://www.denverpost.com/2016/07/05/von-miller-denver-broncos-mailbag/) (Troy Renck, Denver Post)*
First off, I don't know exactly what's going to happen. It's been complicated for weeks. I continue to believe that a deal will get done because of past history and his importance to the team. The Broncos are three-for-three in these talks with franchise tag players.*

Miller's future with Broncos on the brink (Mike Kils, 9 News)
With the speed and force of a Von Miller pass rush, the Denver Broncos are confronting a fast-approaching deadline and debilitating possibility of playing the 2016 season without their Super Bowl 50 MVP.

Miller is a naked, patriotic cowboy in the ESPN body issue (Allison Sylte, 9 News)
We're talking about how the reigning Super Bowl MVP posed naked in an American flag hat and boots for the 2016 ESPN Body Issue and it sure is a thing.

Broncos promise to be more grounded on offense (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
Kubiak is intent on pumping up the Broncos' run game, and executive vice president of football
operations/general manager John Elway is on board.

Miller: 'I try to be an all-around defender' (Morty Ain, ESPN)
Sometime between nabbing MVP honors and appearing on "Dancing With the Stars," the defensive standout sat down with ESPN's Morty Ain to talk about training for the big game, overcoming asthma and being a nerd at heart.

Culture play: Talib (Martenzie Johnson, The Undefeated)
The championship cornerback doesn't love social media, but digs Rihanna, and the Marc Anthony version of Hector Lavoe.

Why comparing contracts about sports doesn't work (Robert Klemko, MMQB.com)
An NFLPA executive explains why it's a fool's errand to look at NBA free agency through an NFL lens.

Ward: Quarterback competition 'pretty even' heading into camp (Josh Alper, Pro Football Talk)
Whichever player winds up with the job, T.J. Ward said he believes the defense is up to the task of leading the team the way they did last season and the Broncos' prospects may come down to how well that prediction fares come September.

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Mailbag: The value of placement punting (Andrew Mason)
It can be more important -- along with the placement of the punt. A punt with good hang time that is placed outside the numbers will not be returned very often.

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