Broncos develop through draft, but not at inside linebacker (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
When it comes the Denver Broncos' depth chart at inside linebacker, a position where they are trying to replace the leading tackler on the league's No. 1 defense last season -- Danny Trevathan, who signed with Chicago -- the Broncos have taken the road less traveled.
The Broncos' first quarterback depth chart for 2016 is set (Troy Renck, Denver Post)
In an offseason defined by uncertainty, the Broncos introduced structure to the perceived chaos at the league's most important position on Tuesday.
Broncos rookies participate in inaugural service day (Reno Boyd, 9News)
While last year's Broncos were visiting the President at the White House, this year's rookies were participating in the Inaugural Rookie Community Service day.
For now, Broncos' depth chart at QB reads: Sanchez, Siemian and Lynch (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
In an offseason when Denver Broncos coach Gary Kubiak has taken great pains to try and get the team's three quarterbacks an equal amount of work, including getting each some work in the starting offense, Kubiak has taken a more traditional route in the team's minicamp this week.
Sanchez gets first team reps at QB (Lindsay Jones, USA Today)
The Denver Broncos' three-man quarterback competition is far from over, but the team did change its rotation at a mandatory minicamp that began Tuesday.
Quarterback competition begins to take shape (Ryan Koenigsberg, BSN Denver)
For the first time this offseason, the quarterbacks were locked in with their group. Mark Sanchez ran the entire day with the first team while Trevor Siemian handled the twos and Paxton Lynch worked with the threes.
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Minicamp takeaways: Anderson, Booker, QBs and more (Andrew Mason)
*Fourth-round pick Devontae Booker took another step in recovery from a torn meniscus, seeing some team-period repetitions and getting his first handoffs of OTAs. *
Dixon enters competition for punting job (Aric DiLalla)
When the Broncos drafted punter Riley Dixon in the seventh round of the 2016 NFL Draft, a spot long held by Britton Colquitt suddenly went up for grabs.