Broncos, Briefly: Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Top 25 NFL players under age 25: Mahomes No. 1 in landslide, All-Pro running back misses cut (Sean Wagner-McGough, CBS Sports)
In hindsight, it's difficult to believe that Bradley Chubb fell to the Broncos at No. 5 in last year's draft. In many other years, he could've went No. 1 overall.

Broncos owner Pat Bowlen and trainer Steve Antonopulos had a lifelong friendship. "Greek" will present at Hall of Fame (Ryan O'Halloran, Denver Post)
When the Broncos moved into their current facility in March 1990, Bowlen would park his car, walk in a side door and go straight to the trainer’s room. Antonopulos said Bowlen would grab two sticks of bubble gum before asking for a debriefing of the team’s health.

'Greek' on man he will present to HOF: 'Mr. Bowlen was football first, business second' (Mike Klis, KUSA)
"It was a neat way to develop a friendship," Antonopulos said in a sit-down interview with 9News on Tuesday. "It started as all business. He wanted to know about the players. Mr. Bowlen cared about players like nobody I’ve ever been around. He loved his players. And John Elway – he loved John Elway and wanted only the best for John Elway – which ultimately happened, winning Super Bowl 32."

Why the Broncos gave Chris Harris Jr. a new 1-year deal — and why his unique story continues to grow (Nicki Jhabvala, The Athletic)
When the lockout ended that July and players reported for training camp, Harris had about a month to prove his worth, on both defense and special teams. He did.

NFL 2019: 100 things to know 100 days out from the start of the 100th season (Jared Dubin, CBS Sports)
Von Miller is two sacks away from 100 for his career.

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