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Mile High Morning: Broncos players reflect on Saturday's protest for racial justice


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In this edition of Mile High Morning, we'll simply put the spotlight on Broncos players' reflections on their participation in a protest for racial justice in downtown Denver on Saturday.

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Below the Fold

The Talk of Fame Network is compiling a list of the top 10 AFL players who are missing from the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and they unveiled their 50 candidates on Friday. The list includes four of Denver's Ring of Famers and nine total former Broncos.

As the Broncos continue to install a new offense under Offensive Coordinator Pat Shurmur's guidance, ESPN’s Jeff Legwold tried to answer five questions that Shurmur will have to face this fall — the most important simply being, "how will the Broncos score more points?"

Phillip Heilman of The Denver Post took a closer look at Broncos third-round draft pick Michael Ojemudia and how he might fit on the team as a rookie. "He figures to have some hiccups if he wins a starting job to open the season, but he is an intelligent player with good athletic tools," Heilman wrote.

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