NFL's top five CB tandems: Broncos still strong, but Jags on top (Ike Taylor, NFL.com)
In 2016, Harris allowed just 34 receptions on 72 targets for 337 yards (9.9 yards per catch). If I'm a quarterback, I'm avoiding him.
Thanks to a string of injuries, Broncos TE Heuerman remains an unknown. Year 3 could change that (Nicki Jhabvala, The Denver Post)
"I know when I'm healthy," he said, "I can do anything with the football at the tight end position."
Broncos CB Harris laughs off NFL Top 100 ranking: 'It's a joke.' (Nicki Jhabvala, The Denver Post)
When asked about his ranking Tuesday following the Bronco's organized team activities, Harris could only laugh before he chose his words carefully.
Lynch leads first team, DB competition, shuffling OL, other observations from day four of Broncos OTAs (Cameron Wolfe, The Denver Post)*
It was the team's fourth OTA session and second fully open to the media. *
With new playbook, Broncos QB competition won't really begin until July (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
"It's the learning stages of a new offense," Joseph said Tuesday.
Sambrailo gets look as starting left tackle; Bolles still on learning curve (Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
"We're working Ty and Stephenson there right now and Bolles is the backup left," Joseph said. "They'll both get a chance to play left tackle, probably five and five (practices) like the quarterbacks."
Which players on each team have the most to prove in 2017? (ESPN)*
Ray has flashed his enormous potential -- a three-sack game in 2016 to go with eight sacks for the season in limited duty -- but now he's being asked to sit at the grown-ups table. *