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Broncos, Briefly: Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Big change in Broncos offense: Quick-throwing Keenum (Mike Klis, 9News)_
“I always thought that it was my job to get the ball out of my hands, get it into the fast guys’ hands and let them do something with it,” Keenum said._

What is Denver’s plan for quarterback Chad Kelly? (Ryan O’Halloran, Denver Post)

I’m interested in seeing Kelly play during the preseason — because that’s likely the only time we’ll see him play.

Health and ‘mastery’: Broncos set goals, agenda for final stretch of offseason program (Nicki Jhabvala, The Athletic)_
But precaution shouldn’t be mistaken for wasted days — as Miller even pointed out back in May. With quarterback Case Keenum running the offense, Bill Musgrave installing a newish system and young players joining the ranks of veterans in all three phases, these final days of practice are vital. And many players (and coaches) have set lofty goals._

Keenum pays attention to every detail as he looks to revive Broncos (Troy Renck, KMGH)_
He became a coveted free agent by throwing for 22 touchdowns and seven interceptions with the Vikings. Now comes the hard part. The next season._

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