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Broncos, Briefly: Wednesday, May 30, 2018

The biggest question for all 32 NFL teams: From Eli's future to the Brady-Belichick feud (Pete Prisco, CBS Sports)
Keenum will take too many chances at times, but I really don't think last year, when he threw 22 touchdown passes and seven picks, was an aberration. He will never be a star, but he is plenty good enough to take a team to the Super Bowl and win it.

Why Hamilton takes pride in his glasses and footwork (Kyle Frederickson, Denver Post)
Get to know Broncos rookie wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton and you'll discover two things in which the 23-year old with the wild flat-top dreads takes immense pride.

Miller finalizing plans to bring together NFL's marquee pass rushers (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
Miller has finalized a second summit for some of the league's marquee defensive players, this time June 27-29 at Big Cedar Lodge in Ridgedale, Missouri -- just south of Branson. Miller held the first version of what was a quickly organized pass-rushers' convention a year ago, at Stanford.
 

From tragedy, Griese found his purpose: helping Denver's grieving families (Nicki Jhabvala, The Athletic)
Since Judi's House opened its doors in 2002 as primarily a grassroots organization, the Grieses have held to their mission of ensuring no child grieves alone.

We're 100 days away from start of 2018 NFL season (Marc Sessler, NFL.com)
To celebrate this tent-pole moment in human life -- 100 days, people! -- we present a handful of juicy 100-themed statistical nuggets from our hardworking NFL Research team. Let's dig in.

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