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Broncos, Briefly: Wednesday, November 16, 2016

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Siemian has a to-do list entering the bye week (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
The Broncos are hopeful Siemian's shoulder, which he injured just before halftime in the Broncos' Week 4 win in Tampa, will improve during the team's off week given how he played before the injury, including a 312-yard, four-touchdown game against the Bengals.

Lynch's progress as he takes full Broncos' practice reps; Talib returns (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)*
Kubiak said several starters didn't practice Tuesday so it was a good opportunity to give young players such as Lynch extended reps *

Talib returns to practice (Mike Klis, KUSA)
Talib's talent is so enormous, his personality so magnanimous, even on getaway day his mere presence on the practice field Tuesday gave the Broncos a jolt.

Broncos to enter playoff mode after bye (Zac Stevens, BSN Denver)
To say the playoff race is far from over may be an understatement. In fact, since it is not likely to be decided until the end of Week 17, Broncos' head coach Gary Kubiak says the team will enter playoff mode for the final six games of the regular season.

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Mic'd Up: vs. New Orleans (DenverBroncos.com)
Broncos linebacker Shane Ray was wired for sound during the Broncos' dramatic win against the Saints.

Siemian rests, giving Lynch the Tuesday reps (Andrew Mason)
Lynch took all the snaps in practice Tuesday as the Broncos had one last practice before the bye. Where does his progress stand after 10 weeks?

Simmons named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week (Aric DiLalla)
The rookie earned his first career honor for his role in Sunday's 25-23 win.

Elway pleased with Broncos' position at bye week (Andrew Mason)
A 7-3 mark after 10 games isn't perfect, obviously. But given the transition to a young starting quarterback and injuries along the way, it's not a bad place to be, and Executive Vice President/General Manager John Elway knows it.

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