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Broncos, Briefly: Wednesday, November 23, 2016


Broncos players spend off-day helping those in need]( (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)*
For a few hours Tuesday afternoon Marshall traded in his job as an NFL linebacker for a new role and new arena: a volunteer chef, preparing Thanksgiving meals for those in need.*

Broncos’ high-stakes meeting with Chiefs carries only one guarantee: drama (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
The Broncos have a knack for extremes, illustrated best by their games against Kansas City last year. This Sunday, with both teams owning 7-3 records in the toughest division in the NFL, prime-time drama is all that is guaranteed as Denver begins its final push for the playoffs.

Siemian through 9 starts compares well to NFL's best (Mike Klis, KUSA)
The only active non-rookie NFL quarterback who had a better won-loss record than Siemian after nine starts, Pittsburgh's Ben Roethlisberger in 2004, threw two less touchdowns and nearly 500 fewer yards than Siemian during that nine-game span.

If Broncos deal with 'the facts' they think the postseason awaits (Jeff Legwold,
Given the Broncos are 7-3 and they are squarely in the hunt for a sixth consecutive division title, the "vibe'' around the team is a good one. Or as Talib put it this week "we're 7-3 not 3-7, why wouldn't the vibe be good?''

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Broncos get into the Thanksgiving spirit with the Denver Rescue Mission (Caroline Deisley)
Several Broncos spent a snowy Tuesday morning giving back to those in need.

WATCH: Broncos, Microsoft host 'Pros vs. G.I. Joes' event (Matt Boyer)
Broncos players partnered with Microsoft and EA Sports' Madden '17 to help host a 'Pros vs. Joes' video game showdown with local military members and their families.

WATCH: Broncos pass out turkeys to families in need (Phil Milani)
Despite some rain Tuesday morning, several Broncos players made sure some Denver-area families do not go hungry on Thanksgiving, by helping the Denver Rescue Mission hand out around 2,500 turkeys and food boxes.

WATCH: Broncos using cutting-edge tech for recovery (Matt Boyer)
Go behind the scenes with the Broncos training staff to find out which techniques and equipment they are using to help players recover physically in order to have a successful season.

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