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Broncos, Briefly: Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017

**Broncos can't let Tyreek Hill turn opportunity into touchdowns**(Jeff Legwold, ESPN)
But when it comes to the Kansas City Chiefs' do-it-all speedster Tyreek Hill, you don't exactly need advanced mathematics to assess the damage Hill did to the Broncos in his two opportunities last season. Hill touched the ball 24 times -- on runs, receptions and returns -- in two games combined against the Broncos in 2016 and scored four touchdowns.

**‘It’s Just Going To Take More Reps’: Simmons On Broncos**(Michael Spencer, CBS 4)"It's just a mentality. You have to constantly keep it in your head," said Simmons when asked about forcing turnovers. "Anything we can do to get our offense more touches. We know that they're explosive, it's just going to take more reps."

**Vance Joseph 'trusts' Broncos can get out of funk on offense**(Jeff Legwold, ESPN)So when the Broncos lost 21-0 to the Los Angeles Chargers this past Sunday, it set off plenty of football, sky-is-falling alarms in the public domain. The decidedly ugly loss ended the Broncos' 25-year, 394-game scoring streak, and needless to say, there are red flags surrounding the team's struggling offense.

**Man Battling Leukemia Gets Surprise From Broncos Players**(Kathy Walsh, CBS 4)
The Denver Broncos may still be stinging from Sunday's shutout loss, but the team rallied to make one man's day extra special on Tuesday.

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