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Broncos, Briefly: Wednesday, May 24, 2017

How Vance Joseph’s Worst Season Got Him the Job (Robert Klemko, MMQB)
John Elway was eager to talk about lessons learned. The Broncos had just missed the playoffs for the first time since 2010, and now he was tasked with finding a new head coach.

*Here’s the real key to Siemian vs. Lynch competition for Broncos quarterback job (Mark Kiszla, Denver Post)
Between now and the season opener against the Los Angeles Chargers in September, Siemian and Lynch will be tested, prodded and poked 100 different ways.*

Broncos tentatively set to honor Red Miller, Terrell Davis during Week 11 game vs. Bengals (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
As the Broncos prepare for a new season with a new coaching staff and new system, they are also planning to key members of their past.

What we learned, observations from day one of Broncos OTAs (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)*
Veteran Donald Stephenson took all of the first-team reps at left tackle Tuesday while first-round pick Garett Bolles took the second-team reps. *

Day 1 of OTAs gives early edge to Siemian (Mike Klis, 9News)
Broncos head coach Vance Joseph said Siemian would get five days with the first team. And then Lynch will get five days with the first team.

Broncos preach patience with as he gets healthy (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
Coach Vance Joseph said after Tuesday's practice -- the first of the team's allotted OTA workouts -- that Charles is not expected to do any on-field work in team drills until training camp.

Best offseason acquisition for all 32 NFL teams (ESPN)
But there's a reason the Broncos paid top dollar for Leary: They need direction up front, they need some additional leadership and, after three years of trying to find the combination, they need stability.

Medical tents for players will be on NFL sidelines in ’17 (Conor Orr,*
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced the development at the Spring League Meeting on Tuesday, a few months after the small, mobile units gained popularity at the college level for their ability to aid doctors and trainers in doing their job without a raucous crowd bearing down on them from the stands. *

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