Brandon Marshall is giving back to the community through his #TackleChange initiative. For every tackle he makes this season, he's donating $300 to charities throughout Denver. He's also giving back by spending time at different charities, like the Denver Rescue Mission where he fed the homeless.
2. It's Gameday!
The Broncos are finally back at home after back-to-back road games. Let's show the Falcons just how loud Broncos Country can get!
Lynch to get first NFL start Sunday (Mike Klis, KUSA)
Paxton Lynch will get the first start of his NFL career Sunday when the rookie quarterback leads the Denver Broncos in their non-conference game against the Atlanta Falcons.
How Broncos cornerback Talib is inching closer to a Hall of Fame career (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
Talib tries to spend an hour or two every day watching game tape to learn the schemes of opponents well enough to "be the offensive player." His 6-foot-1, 205-pound stature, physicality and hands get the most attention, but his intelligence might be his greatest skill.
To blitz or not to blitz? Matt Ryan makes that a tough call for Broncos (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
Week after week, game after game, the Denver Broncos defense -- even digging back into last year's run to the Super Bowl -- feels like it has been prepping for one high-end, get-it-done quarterback after another.