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Broncos, Briefly: Wednesday, June 29, 2016


AFC West Q&A: With Manning retired, who is the division's most feared player?]( (*)
Let's change from one side of the ball to the other, going from offense to defense, while staying put in the Mile High City. *

Manning always honored to call Pat Summitt a friend (Jeff Legwold,
Manning, who retired from the NFL earlier this year shortly after the Denver Broncos' win in Super Bowl 50, paid tribute to Summitt once again on Tuesday. He made an early-morning appearance on SportsCenter and later issued a statement.

Supplemental draft prospect Ra'Zahn Howard expects big turnout at July pro day (Jason La Canfora, CBS Sports)*
Howard, meantime, has been trying to compensate for a truncated predraft period by working out relentlessly, consulting with some of his family and acquaintances who play in the NFL, and watching film of those he hopes to emulate at the next level. *

Buddy Ryan was a product of the past, but his legend will live on (Kevin Kaduk, Yahoo Sports)
Professional football has changed in many ways since members of the Chicago Bears defense lifted Buddy Ryan off the Superdome's artificial turf and onto their shoulders 30 years ago.

Booker is the perfect back for Broncos attack (Rob Rang, CBS Sports)
It isn't just the production which stands out about Booker. From a schematic standpoint, he is an ideal match in Kubiak's zone-blocking scheme.

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Rose Andom Center to provide vital services to Denver (Ben Swanson)
The Rose Andom Center, Denver's first location to support domestic survivors by housing numerous services and agencies under the same roof, will mean many things to many people.

Broncos to host annual Back to Football 7K (
Taking place the weekend before the Broncos' NFL Kickoff Game vs. Carolina on Thursday, Sept. 8, the Broncos 7K invites fans to experience the beautiful Sloan's Lake neighborhood, run through the Broncos horsehead inflatable tunnel and finish the race on the 50-yard line at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

Phillips remembers the life of Buddy Ryan (Aric DiLalla)
As Ryan's defensive coordinator from 1986-1988, Phillips had the chance to learn from one of the best defensive minds in the history of the NFL. After he learned the news of Ryan's passing, Phillips spent a few minutes with to share the impact Coach Ryan had on his coaching career and life outside of football.

Manning reflects on Pat Summitt (Caroline Deisley)
"It would have been a great experience to play for her," Manning said. "She could have coached any team, any sport, men's or women's. It wouldn't have mattered because Pat could flat out coach."