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The Squeeze: Von on 'Questionable'

Happy Friday, #BroncosCountry!

The Broncos announced their offseason program on Thursday, meaning the "off" portion of Denver's offseason is coming to an end.

A look at what's out there, as the Super Bowl champs continue to enjoy their break.

1. Miller talks Kanye on 'HQ'

Remember that story in February when Von Miller almost didn't get his Yeezys signed by Kanye West because he forgot a marker?

Apparently, Kim Kardashian helped Miller out a bit — on a night West, the musical guest on "Saturday Night Live," wasn't in the best of spirits.

Von Miller got his Yeezys signed by @Kanyewest, without Kanye saying a word. @kimkardashian with the major assist — Highly Questionable (@HQonESPN) March 31, 2016

2. Sandburg High honors Schofield

Offensive tackle Michael Schofield returned to his hometown of Orland Park, Illinois this week and was the guest of honor Thursday at his alma mater, Carl Sandburg High School:

3. D-Ware 'Down Under'

Linebacker DeMarcus Ware has been all over the globe since the confetti fell in Santa Clara, spending time in Africa, Texas, Denver and, earlier this week, in New Zealand.

Now, he's in Sydney, Australia, and he continues to take his social-media followers along for the ride:

The Eagle has landed......

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4. DT and E a top pair analyst Bucky Brooks on Monday revealed his top five pass-catching tandems in the NFL, including Broncos wideouts Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders.

From Brooks:**

*With more teams looking to throw the ball early and often in the 2016 season, I thought it was a good time to rank the top 1-2 punches (WR1 and WR2; WR1 and TE1; or TE1 and TE2) in the NFL. *

Do you agree with his assessment?

5. Okung's Seattle goodbye

New Broncos offensive tackle Russell Okung will don new colors this season for the first time in his NFL career, having signed with Denver last month after spending the first six seasons of his career with the Seahawks.

Mid-career changes in locale is part of the business in the professional sports, but that doesn't make it any less difficult to move on.

Okung captured his feelings on Wednesday with a first-person account in The Seattle Times: