Broncos still interested in hosting future NFL draft (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
"While we don't have a formal bid submitted at this time, we remain extremely interested in helping to bring a future NFL draft to Denver"
Charles, Broncos teammates host Special Olympics football clinic (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)The guy who built his legacy on the field and in the community in Kansas City has, so far, brought his habits with him to Denver.* *
Broncos guard Leary leading offensive line in pursuit of continuity, nastiness and an identity shift (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
"I said I'll play right (guard), just off the bat. Whatever we have to do to be more comfortable," Garcia said Tuesday.
Setting up every QB battle: Who's leading, which rookies could start (Dan Graziano, ESPN)
It's May, and if you don't know who your team's starting quarterback is ... well, it could be a while before you do.
Garcia moving from left to right side to make room for Leary (Arnie Stapleton, AP)
"I've been more comfortable on the left side because that's where I've been pretty much my entire career in Dallas," said Leary, who signed with Denver on the first day of free agency.
Harris: New arrivals in Denver are hungry for championship (CBS Local)
Harris' tour around the NFL gives him a unique perspective on several of the new guys now on the Broncos payroll.