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  Broncos | Eric Hagg retiring    Mon Jul 21, 06:06 PM

Denver Broncos SS Eric Hagg has informed the team that he has decided to retire from professional football.

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  Broncos | Four could go on PUP    Mon Jul 21, 11:43 AM

Denver Broncos LB Von Miller (knee), CB Chris Harris Jr. (knee), DT Kevin Vickerson (hip) and TE Joel Dreessen (knee) could begin the preseason on the Physically Unable to Perform list.

Footballguys view: We wouldn't be shocked to see all four of these players go on PUP to begin training camp. The Broncos want Miller and Harris to be ready for the start of regular season. Both are coming back from late-season knee injuries suffered in 2013. Miller seems to be ahead in the recovery process, but expect the team to take it easy on him when he does come back.

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  Broncos | Tony Carter expected to be on bubble    Fri Jul 18, 11:21 PM

Denver Broncos CB Tony Carter is expected to be on the roster bubble during training camp.

Footballguys view: The Broncos have an improved secondary, and adding players like Aqib Talib and Bradley Roby may push Carter off the depth chart. The veteran is a risk taker who can bait quarterbacks into bad throws. However, Carter can get burned with his aggressive style. If he makes the team, it will be as the fifth corner on the depth chart.

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  Broncos | Two LBs may compete for one spot    Fri Jul 18, 11:20 PM

Denver Broncos LBs Jamar Chaney and Brandon M. Marshall could compete for one roster spot during training camp.

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  Broncos | Will Montgomery could push for starting job    Fri Jul 18, 11:16 PM

Denver Broncos C Will Montgomery may push C Manuel Ramirez for the starting center job during training camp.

Footballguys view: Ramirez won the starting center job last year, and he could beat out Montgomery in training camp. He'll enter camp as the starter, and we'll see if Montgomery gets any time with the first team early in August.

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  Broncos | DeMarcus Ware feels better    Fri Jul 18, 10:51 AM

Denver Broncos DE DeMarcus Ware said he feels better entering the season than he has in two years. 'I feel better than I did the last two years going into the season,' Ware said. 'Stronger, faster. I feel flexible.'

Footballguys view: Ware still showed he had plenty left in the tank during Denver's OTAs and minicamp. He struggled through an elbow injury last year with the Cowboys and finished the year with only six sacks. With a fresh start in Denver, we could see Ware get back over double-digit sacks in 2014.

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  Broncos | Isaiah Burse could make team    Thu Jul 17, 02:18 PM

Denver Broncos WR Isaiah Burse has a chance to make the final roster as a returner but will have to perform well in the role during preseason games.

Footballguys view: Burse caught 100 passes for Fresno State last year, but he went undrafted this year. He's quick, fast and dangerous with the ball in his hands. The Broncos are looking for a new return man after letting Trindon Holliday (Giants) go in free agency. Burse could be that guy.

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  Broncos | Wes Welker probably will not be returner    Thu Jul 17, 02:16 PM

Denver Broncos WR Wes Welker probably will not be used as a punt returner this upcoming season because of his concussion history.

Footballguys view: Welker missed time last year due to concussion problems. There's no way the Broncos risk further injury by having him return punts.

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  Broncos | Emmanuel Sanders unlikely to be returner    Thu Jul 17, 02:15 PM

Denver Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders likely will not be used as a returner this upcoming season, because he is expected to have a significant role on offense.

Footballguys view: Sanders has a current ADP of WR27 (6.06) in 12-team PPR leagues. Grab him at a value price while you can.

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  Broncos | Elway says Julius Thomas not at Jimmy Graham level    Thu Jul 17, 12:29 PM

Denver Broncos TE Julius Thomas is a priority for the team to sign to a long-term deal, but general manager John Elway isn't willing to pay him close to what New Orleans Saints TE Jimmy Graham received. Elway said the team hasn't received a response from Thomas' representation after the team's initial offer. 'Even though Julius had a tremendous year for us, he's only (played) 23 games. We want Julius to be a Bronco for a long time and we think he has tremendous upside, but he's not at that level,' Elway said.

Footballguys view: Elway is correct. Julius Thomas is one of the best young tight ends in the game today, and he might be the second-best in the league behind Graham. However, he's yet to play a full season in three years and has only one year of production as a pro. Thomas has the upside to get much better after only one year of high school football and one year of college football.

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  Broncos | Wide open behind Top 3 receivers    Wed Jul 16, 11:31 PM

Denver Broncos WRs Demaryius Thomas, Wes Welker and Emmanuel Sanders will be the top three wide receivers, with WRs Andre Caldwell and Cody Latimer also in the plans. Undrafted WR Isaiah Burse has potential but will have to show some significant pop in the preseason games to earn a potential job as return man and possible sixth receiver.

Footballguys view: Latimer is the player to watch here. He's likely to be a starter in 2015 on the outside with Sanders moving into the slot next year. For this season, don't go overboard on Latimer but know the team may mix him in when they get near the red zone because of his size and wingspan. Latimer is a talented player who could have been a first-round pick.

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  Broncos | Cody Latimer squarely in team's plans    Wed Jul 16, 11:30 PM

Denver Broncos WR Cody Latimer (foot) is on scheduled to be ready for the regular season opener after fracturing a bone in his foot during a pre-draft workout in January. He is squarely in the team's plans.

Footballguys view: Latimer could have been a first-round pick, but the Broncos moved up in the second round to get a potential steal in the draft. He's big, rarely drops passes and has good straight-line speed. The Broncos might choose to mix him in a bit this year as they prepare him for a starting role in 2015.

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  Broncos | C.J. Anderson has lost weight    Wed Jul 16, 04:32 PM

In a recent interview on ESPN Denver, second-year Denver Broncos running back C.J. Anderson declared that he weighed 213 pounds now after beginning OTAs at 235 pounds. Anderson said the coaches wanted him to get into better shape before the start of training camp.

Footballguys view: Anderson is likely to be the primary backup behind Montee Ball this year. Fantasy owners who are looking for a handcuff to Ball should look at Anderson first. He'll compete with Ronnie Hillman to be the RB2 in Denver. Anderson is the team's only true power back, and he could be a reliable starter if called upon.

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  Broncos | Virgil Green could see time in the backfield    Tue Jul 15, 10:56 PM

Denver Broncos TE Virgil Green could be used in a fullback role at times this season, according to Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com. Legwold said Denver has been tinkering with the idea because the team lacks a true fullback while five of the seven running backs coming to camp weigh less than 215 pounds.

Footballguys view: The Broncos won't use a fullback that much, but if they need one then Green or defensive tackle Mitch Unrein could be used there. Green could carry the ball out of the backfield if need be, but he's nothing more than a gadget player and primary blocking tight end for the Broncos.

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  Broncos | Chris Harris says team has high expectations    Sat Jul 12, 11:16 AM

Denver Broncos CB Chris Harris Jr. said it is Super Bowl or bust for the team this upcoming season and everyone should be ready to go when training camp starts.

Footballguys view: Anything less than a Super Bowl championship just won't do. The Broncos have reworked their defense to be tougher in 2014. They still have Peyton Manning and the league's most dangerous offense, so getting back to the Super Bowl is a distinct possibility. Denver would be the first team to return to the big game after losing it since the Buffalo Bills did that in 1993.

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  Broncos | Emmanuel Sanders excited    Wed Jul 9, 09:32 AM

Denver Broncos WR Emmanuel Sanders said it feels like he landed in 'wide receiver heaven' when he signed with the team. 'The thing that I like about the Broncos is there is really no No. 1 guy,' Sanders said. 'Peyton always goes with the favorable matchup and that's what I'm really liking about this offense. Any guy could go off for 180 yards or 100 yards with 10 catches any week, week in and week out, just based off of matchups.'

Footballguys view: Sanders fantasy stock continues to pick up steam. You probably have to take him in the sixth round at the latest, but he is going as early as the fourth. If he can stay healthy, there's no reason he won't be at least a solid WR2, and he might approach Eric Decker's WR1 numbers. Consider Sanders a steal until he gets into the top 20 receivers going off of the board.

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  Broncos | DeMarcus Ware, Von Miller set lofty goal    Tue Jul 8, 07:26 PM

Denver Broncos DE DeMarcus Ware and LB Von Miller want to total as many sacks this season as an entire team, according to Ware.

Footballguys view: With the leads that Peyton Manning can stake them to, the Broncos duo should have every opportunity to pin their ears back and rack up sacks. Ware could regain DE1 status this year, and Miller should be stashed away in IDP redraft leagues even though he might not be full strength to begin the season.

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  Broncos | Chris Harris could start camp on PUP list    Mon Jul 7, 02:53 PM

Denver Broncos CB Chris Harris Jr. (knee) may start training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform list, because he is still recovering from a torn anterior cruciate ligament. Harris said his goal is to be ready for Week 1.

Footballguys view: The Broncos signed Aqib Talib and drafted Bradley Roby in the first round at cornerback this offseason, so they don't have to rush Harris back, who will project as the best nickel corner in the league once he's on the field.

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  Broncos | Looking to have more efficient running game    Mon Jul 7, 02:17 PM

The Denver Broncos will still be a passing team but want to have a more efficient running game since they will be facing more defensive subpackages during games. 'We're always going to try to get the best look, to do the best thing in each situation for the offense to be successful,' offensive coordinator Adam Gase said. 'The more things we can do, the more options we have. We want to be able to execute the plays we want in those situations. If that's throwing, that's throwing the ball, if it's running, then we want that available, too.' A better running game will also help QB Peyton Manning's play-action passing.

Footballguys view: The Broncos could get more out of their running game with fresher legs from Montee Ball and CJ Anderson, but any running game that got 4+ yards per carry out of Knowshon Moreno and Willis McGahee the last two years is more than efficient enough to create a fantasy RB1 as long as there is not full-blown RBBC in Denver.

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  Broncos | Still working on signing Demaryius Thomas    Sun Jul 6, 05:49 PM

The Denver Broncos are still working to sign WR Demaryius Thomas to a long-term extension.

Footballguys view: Most think that Demaryius Thomas will have a new contract before Julius Thomas does. Both are in the final year of their contracts, and the team is working diligently to come to an agreement with both. Demaryius Thomas may be in line to sign a contract with a total value from $80-$100 million. He's simply one of the best in the game and needs to be compensated as such.

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  Broncos | Joel Dreessen idle    Sun Jul 6, 05:46 PM

Denver Broncos TE Joel Dreessen (knee) hasn't participated in the team's offseason program due to knee surgery.

Footballguys view: If Dreessen can't get healthy, the team might move on with a younger player like converted wide receiver Gerell Robinson. The Broncos are stacked at the position with Julius Thomas, Virgil Green and Jacob Tamme. Dreessen, while talented (if healthy), would be competing for the fourth spot at best.

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  Broncos | Peyton Manning was NFL's most accurate QB last year    Fri Jul 4, 01:06 PM

Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning ranked first in the NFL last year in 'catchable' passes, according to Stats Inc. He also ranked above the league average in terms of completion percentage on both short and deep throw to all areas of the field.

Footballguys view: Zero surprise here. Manning had the best season of his Hall of Fame career in 2013, and he should be able to put up monster numbers again this year. Manning may not toss 55 touchdowns, but throwing 45 or more sounds about right. He may not pass for nearly 5,500 yards, but he could certainly go over 5,000 yards again in 2014. The Broncos are going to strive for a bit more balance offensively this year. That means a dash more of the ground game (featuring Montee Ball) with a tiny bit less of Manning.

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  Broncos | Julius Thomas adding versatility    Wed Jul 2, 09:40 AM

Denver Broncos TE Julius Thomas said the team will use him a lot more creatively this season. He also said he's focused on refining his technique and improving his role in pass and run blocking. 'What I think people will see different in me (this year) is that they will use me a lot more creatively,' Thomas said. 'I think there are a lot of things that our offense wanted to do with me, but you can only learn so much in one year. No matter how much time you have at practice, it never seems to be enough when you're learning and trying to come into your own.'

Footballguys view: An important note for fantasy owners here. Thomas is coming off his best season as a pro, and the sky is the limit for this guy. We've only seen the tip of the iceberg in terms of his potential. Broncos OC Adam Gase is known to be aggressive with his playcalling, and Thomas has quickly become a favorite of Peyton Manning. Expect Thomas to push Jimmy Graham (Saints) as the best fantasy tight end in 2014.

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  Broncos | Julius Thomas working on blocking    Mon Jun 30, 05:03 PM

Denver Broncos TE Julius Thomas is working on his footwork and balance, in an effort to improve his blocking. Thomas stands to see additional playing time (potentially 75 more snaps over the season) if he shores up his blocking.

Footballguys view: An important note for fantasy owners here. What Thomas did last year is no fluke, and without Eric Decker in the red zone we could see Thomas pick up some of the slack with more targets near pay dirt. His current ADP is TE2 (3.04) in 12-team PPR leagues.

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  Broncos | Chris Harris about 85 percent    Mon Jun 30, 09:42 AM

Denver Broncos CB Chris Harris Jr. (knee) said he is about 85-percent recovered from his torn anterior cruciate ligament. He could begin practicing July 28 if he receives clearance from the doctors.

Footballguys view: His status for the start of training camp is unknown, but he could begin camp on the PUP list. The Broncos want to be cautious with Harris and have him back in action by Week 1 of the regular season.

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  Broncos | Aqib Talib was not arrested    Sun Jun 29, 11:17 AM

Updating a previous report, Todd France, the agent for Denver Broncos CB Aqib Talib, said his client was not arrested in Dallas Sunday, June 29. France said it was his brother that was arrested in that incident.

Footballguys view: An apology has been issued by the PR department of the Dallas Police Department. It was Talib's brother Yaqub Talib who was arrested according to the new police report.

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  Broncos | Aqib Talib arrested    Sun Jun 29, 11:05 AM

Denver Broncos CB Aqib Talib was arrested Sunday, June 29, for public intoxication after a disturbance at a night club in Dallas. Talib was allegedly throwing bottles and causing a disturbance. Dallas police say Talib was a danger to himself and others.

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  Broncos | T.J. Ward court date set    Tue Jun 24, 12:19 AM

Updating an ongoing story, Denver Broncos FS T.J. Ward will appear July 22 for a scheduled court hearing in Denver County Court. Ward is facing two misdemeanor charges of assault and disturbing the peace for his alleged involvement in an incident at a Denver strip club.

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  Broncos | Nate Irving entering camp as starter    Sun Jun 22, 08:47 PM

Denver Broncos LB Nate Irving will be entering training camp as the team's starting middle linebacker.

Footballguys view: Irving has gotten the chance to be the team's "Mike" before and he's failed to win the starting job. We'll see if Irving can hold off rookie Lamin Barrow and special teamer Steven Johnson for the gig. Irving will likely come off the field on passing downs, and strong safety T.J. Ward could be their nickel "Mike."

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  Broncos | No clear favorite for RT job    Sun Jun 22, 08:44 PM

Denver Broncos OT Chris Clark and OT Winston Justice both received time at right tackle during offseason workouts, but neither will be entering training camp as the leading candidate for the starting job.

Footballguys view: We're actually shocked that Justice is getting a good look at right tackle. Clark looked good filling in at left tackle for most of the 2013 season, and moving to right should be a bit easier. We'll see this battle take shape in training camp.

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  Broncos | Four UDFAs competing for No. 4 RB job    Sun Jun 22, 08:34 PM

Denver Broncos RBs Brennan Clay, Kapri Bibbs, Jerodis Williams and Juwan Thompson will compete for the No. 4 running back job during training camp.

Footballguys view: Williams was a UDFA for the Vikings last year, while the other three were added by the Broncos after the draft this year. According to our very own Cecil Lammey, Bibbs has impressed as a runner and receiver out of the backfield. Clay is a speedy change of pace back. Thompson may be the best pass-protecting back on the roster and he reminds some in the scouting community of former Falcons RB/RB Jason Snelling.

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  Broncos | Peyton Manning not thinking about retirement    Sun Jun 22, 08:13 PM

Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning said he has not considered about retirement and wants to play as long as he is productive and still loves the game. Manning said he would like to play out his current contract, which runs through the 2016 season.

Footballguys view: Manning is coming off the best single season of his career. There's no need for him to think about hanging it up unless the Broncos win the Super Bowl. Even then, we think Manning would have to be dragged away from the game when he retires.

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  Broncos | Montee Ball showing improvement as a receiver    Sat Jun 21, 03:19 PM

Denver Broncos RB Montee Ball appeared to show the most improvement in his game as a receiver during OTAs. He also displayed improved footwork during workouts and better positioning during pass protection.

Footballguys view: Ball is replacing Knowshon Moreno as the team's starting back this year. Moreno caught 60 passes in 2013, and Ball could be in line for a similar number of targets. Ball is a better runner than Moreno, but he may not be able to match his numbers as a receiver. We're projecting about 40 catches for Ball in 2014.

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  Broncos | Von Miller hoping to lose weight    Sat Jun 21, 03:08 PM

Denver Broncos LB Von Miller would like to lose weight before returning to the starting lineup. Ideally, he would like to be closer to the 255-pound mark (his playing weight during the 2012 season, when he earned 18.5 sacks) than the 270-pound mark (his playing weight after he returned from a suspension last season).

Footballguys view: We'll see if Miller can return to form in 2014. His 2013 season was cut short by a six-game suspension to begin the year, then he was lost for the year with a knee injury in Week 16 against the Texans. Starting opposite new defensive end DeMarcus Ware could give the Broncos one of the best pass-rushing duos in the league.

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  Broncos | Unsure if Michael Schofield will get look at RT    Sat Jun 21, 02:48 PM

It is uncertain whether Denver Broncos OT Michael Schofield will be included in the competition for the right tackle job once training camp starts. Veteran OTs Chris Clark and Winston Justice received most of the playing time at the position during OTAs.

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  Broncos | Julius Thomas monitoring Jimmy Graham situation    Sat Jun 21, 09:15 AM

Denver Broncos TE Julius Thomas is monitoring the arbitration case between New Orleans Saints TE Jimmy Graham and his team to determine his position. 'I've kind of been keeping ... an eye on that situation, obviously, because it could probably come back to affect a lot of us tight ends,' said Thomas, who is scheduled to make $645,000 this year. 'But the way I feel about it is, 'Does two letters next to your name on the depth chart really determine your value to a team?''

Footballguys view: Like Graham, Thomas is basically a super-sized wide receiver for his team. He's in a contract year, and the Broncos are also set to pay Demaryius Thomas a big-money deal as well. The difference in franchise tag numbers for a wide receiver or a tight end is about $5 million. That's why Thomas is watching this situation closely. Don't expect Thomas to get a new deal until this Graham situation is worked out.

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  Broncos | T.J. Ward limited with injury    Tue Jun 17, 02:11 PM

Denver Broncos FS T.J. Ward (hamstring) was limited in 11-on-11 drills during minicamp Tuesday, June 17, due to a tight hamstring. Ward continues to impress the coaching staff with how quickly he is picking up the defensive terminology.

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  Broncos | David Bruton, Greg Latta sit out    Tue Jun 17, 02:10 PM

Denver Broncos FS David Bruton missed minicamp with an excused absence Tuesday, June 17. DE Greg Latta (throat) sat out with an injury to his throat.

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  Broncos | Terrance Knighton confident    Tue Jun 17, 02:06 PM

Denver Broncos DT Terrance Knighton is extremely confident heading into his second season with the team. 'I think the game has slowed down so much for me,' he said. 'Right now, I think I'm in the prime of my career. I honestly don't feel like there's a center that can block me. I'll just keep working at it. I've watched film from last year, and I've watched future opponents. Right now, I'm just trying to go out there and dominate and continue where I left off.'

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  Broncos | Julius Thomas still learning    Tue Jun 17, 01:44 PM

Denver Broncos TE Julius Thomas admits he was very unsure of himself in the offense last season, and he's just now starting to pick things up. 'Last year, I was able to do a lot of good things. I kind of survived on self confidence and athleticism. In one game, the defense did something, and Peyton was like, 'Julius, did you see that?' And I said, 'Peyton, they got me; I had no clue what they were doing.' There are still situations I haven't been in before, and I'm still learning what to do,' Thomas said. Tight ends coach Clancy Barone said Thomas is a gym rat in terms of his study habits and has high intelligence and maturity.

Footballguys view: Thomas missed just about all of his first two years in the league with ankle issues, so it is certainly possible that he'll take a big step forward this offseason. It's not crazy to picture him close to the Gronkowski/Graham level of production this year.

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  Broncos | Bradley Roby improving    Mon Jun 16, 06:04 PM

Denver Broncos CB Bradley Roby was impressive at organized team activities Monday, June 16. He is learning to use his quickness to his advantage, which was on display when he jumped a WR Emmanuel Sanders route and intercepted a QB Peyton Manning pass.

Footballguys view: Roby has the ability to be a shutdown corner in the NFL. He could start on the outside this year opposite veteran Aqib Talib. That would move Chris Harris back inside to his more natural position of nickel corner.

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  Broncos | Winston Justice works with starters    Mon Jun 16, 03:33 PM

Denver Broncos OT Winston Justice worked at right tackle with the first-team offense during organized team activities Monday, June 16. OT Chris Clark worked with the starters last week. Justice and Clark likely will compete for the job during the preseason.

Footballguys view: The Broncos moved last year's starting right tackle Orlando Franklin inside to left guard this offseason. Most expect Clark to win the job, but Justice gives the team another option if Clark struggles at right tackle.

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  Broncos | Jacob Tamme has solid workout    Mon Jun 16, 03:29 PM

Denver Broncos TE Jacob Tamme caught several touchdown passes during organized team activities Monday, June 16. Tamme is still an important part of the offense's plans as the off line tight end.

Footballguys view: Tamme is going to make the team as a reserve player behind Julius Thomas and Virgil Green. He's got the longest established chemistry with Peyton Manning from their days together with the Colts. Tamme is also a plus-player on special teams.

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  Broncos | Two miss practice    Mon Jun 16, 03:14 PM

Denver Broncos DE Greg Latta (throat) did not participate in organized team activities Monday, June 16, because of a throat injury. FS David Bruton was excused from practice.

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  Broncos | T.J. Ward limited    Mon Jun 16, 03:14 PM

Denver Broncos FS T.J. Ward (hamstring) was limited during organized team activities Monday, June 16, because of a tight hamstring.

Footballguys view: The team will be cautious with Ward as he deals with this injury. He was the first player the Broncos added this year in free agency, and he'll be a key starter for a new/tougher defense in 2014.

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  Broncos | Lamin Barrow to compete    Sun Jun 15, 04:21 PM

Denver Broncos LB Lamin Barrow will compete for the starting middle linebacker spot in camp. LB Nate Irving is atop the depth chart for now.

Footballguys view: Barrow is a new-look middle linebacker. He's not a thumper as a run-defender, but he's an outstanding athlete who can cover move tight ends. We'll see if he can earn some playing time (and perhaps the starting MIKE job) during this year.

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  Broncos | No offer to Demaryius Thomas    Sat Jun 14, 10:24 AM

Updating a previous report, the Denver Broncos have not made any contract extension offers to WR Demaryius Thomas, and the two sides are not close to an agreement, according to a source.

Footballguys view: This contradicts an earlier report from local writers. We know the two sides are working on a deal, but there is no timetable to get something done.

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  Broncos | Kevin Vickerson cleared to run    Fri Jun 13, 07:30 PM

Denver Broncos DT Kevin Vickerson (hip) has been working on his strength and conditioning during offseason workouts but was cleared to start running last week. Vickerson said he is hoping to be ready for the start of training camp or a little after camp starts.

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  Broncos | No offer to Julius Thomas    Fri Jun 13, 07:26 PM

The Denver Broncos have been talking with TE Julius Thomas about a contract extension but have not made a formal offer to him at this point.

Footballguys view: We'll see if the Broncos can get something done with Demaryius Thomas first. After that, wrapping up one of the league's best tight ends will be priority number one.

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  Broncos | Make offer to Demaryius Thomas    Fri Jun 13, 05:12 PM

The Denver Broncos have offered WR Demaryius Thomas a five-year contract extension, according to an NFL source. General manager John Elway is hoping to have Thomas locked up long term before training camp next month. Thomas will make $3.27 million this year.

Footballguys view: The Broncos are wise to attempt to lock up Thomas as soon as possible. He's one of the best wide receivers in the game today, and Thomas is just entering the prime of his career.

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