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Broncos, Briefly: Wednesday, September 21, 2016

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Broncos' Siemian on "Omaha," being a 7th-round pick, more ](http://www.denverpost.com/2016/09/20/trevor-siemian-dan-patrick-show/)(Joe Nguyen, Denver Post)*
"Looking back at last year, if I were to play, it wouldn't have been good for anybody. I just wasn't ready."*

This just in: CJ's Mile High Crunch is available at King Soopers (KUSA)
Anderson's cereal also available for order online.

Siemian is getting better every week (NFL.com)
The NFL Network crew breaks down Siemian's growth.

Barrett and his "expanded arsenal" (BSN Denver)
In the second segment, they are joined by Broncos outside linebacker Shaq Barrett. In the conversation, Shaq talks about his expanded role ahead with the loss of DeMarcus Ware, a couple moves he's added to his arsenal and did he steal Shane Ray's "slides?"

Orange Wreckoning Crew continues its Dominance  (Woody Paige, Colorado Springs Gazette)
Consider this fait accompli: In the past seven games of last season and this, the Broncos' defense has not permitted more than 20 points once.

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Check out what else is on DenverBroncos.com:

Mic'd Up: Sanders vs. the Colts (DenverBroncos.com)*
We had the wire on Emmanuel Sanders during the Broncos 34-20 win over Indianapolis. *

Latimer makes surprise visit to elementary school  (DenverBroncos.com)
Broncos wide receiver Cody Latimer surprised Carson Cline with a school visit on Tuesday, in honor of Carson's stellar grades in school.

Rookie Diaries: Out on the road (Justin Simmons and Will Parks)
"I secure my bag every day. You ain't got to never ask me if I secure my bag. I'm the one that says it. I'm gonna get some shirts made."

Ray discusses journey from childhood to Broncos at JCC event (Aric DiLalla)
Outside linebacker Shane Ray joined Mile High Sports Radio's Les Shapiro on Tuesday for a conversation at the Denver Jewish Community Center that covered Ray's childhood, his time at the University of Missouri and Super Bowl 50.

Mason's Week 2 Power Rankings  (Andrew Mason)
Just three of the offense's 18 non-kneeldown possessions have ended in three-and-outs.

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