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The Squeeze: Midseason All-Pro teams and snow days

Good morning, #BroncosCountry –

Happy hump day! The Broncos return to the UCHealth Training Center for practice Wednesday morning to start preparations for the Chiefs on Sunday. Denver saw four inches of snow early Wednesday morning, but the cold never bothered the Broncos, anyway. While you're enjoying your day, here are a couple storylines to get caught up on, starting with midseason All-Pro teams:

1. Midway through the season – where do the Broncos rank individually?
The Broncos are officially halfway through the regular season – meaning that midseason All-Pro individual rankings are out online.

Where do you think members of the Broncos defense rank? We inspected lists from four sites and condensed them here:

According to Pro Football Focus, Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. was named an All-Pro and kicker Brandon McManus was named a second-team All-Pro behind Patriots' kicker Stephen Gostkowski.

Read the rest of PFF's list here.

NFL Nation voted for the midseason Defensive Player of the Year, and of the top eight, three Broncos received votes: Cornerback Aqib Talib, outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware and outside linebacker Von Miller.

Read the rest of the NFL players receiving votes behind Carolina's Josh Norman here.

NFL.com's Chris Wesseling broke down the league's midseason All-Pro Team, and just like in his quarter-season rankings, he pegged Ware and Miller as the top edge rushers.

Read the rest of NFL.com's midseason All-Pro Team here.

Sports Illustrated's Greg A. Bedard named Miller the top outside linebacker and Harris as the league's top cornerback with Norman. 

Read the rest of Sports Illustrated's midseason All-Pro team here.

Blanket Coverage: Who made @GregABedard's midseason All-Pro team? https://t.co/bsCTvT7HwO pic.twitter.com/el7ltiKQRs — SI NFL (@si_nfl) November 5, 2015

2. Broncos snow day!
If you live in Denver, then you know that Mile High got quite a dusting last night and this morning.

For some of the Broncos, this snow is a little different than where they came from, like recent addition, Vernon Davis, who came to Denver from San Francisco. But Davis is from Washington, D.C., so this should bring back some memories:

A little snow don't bother me. #practice

A post shared by Vernon Davis (@vernondavis85) on

Ware seemed to enjoy the spirit of the first snow this morning when he arrived at the UCHealth Training Center:

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow

A post shared by Demarcus Ware (@demarcusware) on

This is no biggie for seven-year Broncos veteran and Miamisburg, Ohio, native, safety David Bruton Jr.:

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