Broncos, Briefly: Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Broncos’ Nelson, Doss, Parks excelling, highlighting depth (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
Here’s a spotlight on three young, unheralded Denver defenders doing their jobs in the 27-19 victory over the Chargers.

CEO of the Year: Ellis goes long (Stewart Schley, ColoradoBiz)
Some combination of fate or destiny or sheer coincidence has tied Ellis to the Broncos ever since.

Doss makes most of his chance in Denver's 'No Fly Zone' (Arnie Stapleton, Associated Press)
The speedy second-year cornerback has been buried deep in Denver's depth chart. But the fifth-round draft pick out of Tulane in 2015 had a terrific training camp and came up huge against San Diego on Sunday when Aqib Talib and Kayvon Webster were injured.

 

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Watson joins donors by giving blood at Drive for Life XIX (Caroline Deisley)
“One, I’ve never done it before. Two, I’m an organ donor. Three, I said that I was afraid of needles but I get two IVs a week,” outside linebacker Dekoda Watson said. “So, it’s time to grow up and do what you need to do.”
 

Jr. Reporter Adam Torres gets Denver Broncos experience with (Adam Torres)
When I was invited to interview the Denver Broncos, I was so excited and happy. When I actually got there, I couldn’t stop smiling.

Beyond the field with Okung (Ben Swanson)*
Honestly, I just want to be known as a well-rounded guy who loves business, loves life and definitely loves playing the game.”

Top 5 Plays of the Week: Chargers vs. Broncos (DenverBroncos.com)
Three interceptions and one incredible catch highlight this week's 'Top 5 Plays' against the Chargers.

AFC West Roundup: Week 8 (Aric DiLalla and Ben Swanson)
A look at the action around the AFC West.

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