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Travel Denver Broncos' No. 1 tight end job will be an open battle in 2016

Much of his rehabilitation involved participating in workouts and learning from the likes of quarterback Peyton Manning. 1 tight end job.The leading contenders are returners Jeff Heuerman and Virgil Green, along with newcomer Garrett Graham. "I really want to show in training camp that I can not only be the pass guy, but the every-down tight end guy."Green always has been a strong blocker.
The Denver Post
17/05
74 Points
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Denver Broncos stake future on getting younger and better

QB Paxton Lynch, 26th overall: He might not be ready until 2017 but has the tools to be a franchise quarterback at a fraction of the cost of a franchise quarterback for five years. He took from Dawkins, a former Philadelphia Eagles and Broncos star, how to blend passion and faith on the field. Renck: [email protected] or @troyrenckInspecting the selectionsThe Broncos became younger, but are they better. DT Adam Gotsis, 63rd overall: Raw because of minimal American football experience.
The Denver Post
02/05
23 Points
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Sports Panthers have 2 more picks in final day of NFL draft

The Panthers dealt their third- and fifth-round picks to the Browns, who also got fourth-round pick from Carolina in the deal.___AP NFL websites: http://www.pro32.ap.org and http://www.twitter.com/AP_NFLCopyright 2016 The Associated Press. on Friday.Carolina took Bradberry in the second round and traded up with the Cleveland Browns to take Worley in the third. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
USA Today
30/04
14 Points
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Sports Paxton Lynch arrives in Denver: "It felt like I belonged here"

"Whenever you're looking at that TV and they say, 'The Denver Broncos have selected Paxton Lynch,' you know it's official," Lynch said. When 16-year-old Daniel Hailpern announced the Broncos' selection from Chicago, reality set in. the proof of Lynch's abilities at Memphis and the promise of his talent as an NFL quarterback."When I watch him on film, the thing that's really exciting is that this guy extends plays," Kubiak said Thursday night.
The Denver Post
30/04
15 Points
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Broncos draft Paxton Lynch in long-awaited move for QB

"He fits what we do very well and plays the game with a lot of enthusiasm."Elway also told Denver's 9News that drafting Lynch ended the Broncos' pursuit of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.PHOTOS: First-round picks. The Denver Broncos have finally added another piece at quarterback.The defending Super Bowl champions drafted Memphis' Paxton Lynch with the No.
USA Today
29/04
13 Points
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Colin Kaepernick started Thursday as a 49er, but will he move by day's end?

But that likely hinges on whether Kaepernick’s stance changes about his salary. 7 overall selection Thursday night.***Follow Tom Pelissero on Twitter @TomPelissero. He is due $14.3 million total in 2016, with $400,000 tied to an offseason workout bonus.Niners general manager Trent Baalke told ESPN on Wednesday that it’s possible Kaepernick could be traded during the NFL draft. You’ll see him standing behind (the other quarterbacks), shadowing, trying to get mental reps.
USA Today
29/04
19 Points

New name for Denver Broncos' stadium? Not so fast.

half paid to the Broncos, the other half to the district.As Invesco shed jobs in Denver and ultimately left town in 2009, the company still paid to keep its name on the stadium."When it was originally Invesco, Sports Authority went to Invesco. It wasn't something the district did. But it did have to get (renaming) approval from the Broncos and the board," Sugar said. Back in 2001, investment firm Invesco agreed to a 20-year, $120 million naming rights contract.
The Denver Post
27/04
17 Points
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Sports QB or not QB? Who will it be for the Denver Broncos?

Condon told ESPN the Eagles have denied him permission to talk to clubs about the quarterback.While the Broncos want a veteran, they remain open-minded. Not for the draft, but to find a quarterback.Holding the 31st selection in the first round Thursday, Denver continues to explore multiple options, including San Francisco's Colin Kaepernick and Philadelphia's Sam Bradford.Denver's interest in Kaepernick is public.
The Denver Post
27/04
6 Points

Sports Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford desperately wants to be traded

Goff, the former Cal quarterback, is expected to go to the Rams with the No. It's assumed the Eagles will use the pick to select a quarterback -- either Jared Goff or Carson Wentz. Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford wants out of Philadelphia, and the quicker the better.The oft-injured signal-caller, who re-signed with the Eagles in February, was very unhappy when the team gave up a ton of draft picks to acquire the No. Rapoport also reported that the Eagles feel "blindsided" by Bradford's reaction.
San Jose Mercury News
25/04
11 Points
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Denver Broncos road to the draft: Safeties

Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib calls Denver safeties Darian Stewart and T.J. He's an old-school box safety that might have to play more of a nickel linebacker spot in the modern NFL because of his limited instincts. Expect Denver to add at least one safety in the draft to help fill in.The top two prospects in this solid safety class are West Virginia's Karl Joseph and Ohio State's Vonn Bell. Projected round: Third or fourthBox safety with a knack for bruising hits.
The Denver Post
22/04
15 Points

Sports Kaepernick trade to Broncos still possible, according to John Elway

Colin Kaepernick's potential trade to the Denver Broncos is not dead. Instead, "it's dormant," Broncos general manger John Elway said Thursday.Elway and Kaepernick met twice last month after the 49ers granted Kaepernick's request to pursue a trade. Otherwise, Kaepernick likely will remain with the 49ers for a sixth season or perhaps get traded if another team needs him before the league's Nov.
San Jose Mercury News
22/04
7 Points
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Sports DeMarcus Ware honored by Alabama governor

Alabama native and NFL star DeMarcus Ware was honored by Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley and the state legislature following a standout season with the Denver Broncos.Bentley on Tuesday honored the outside linebacker at a ceremony declaring April 19 as DeMarcus Ware Day. Ware later addressed legislators on the floor of the House of Representatives.Ware, an Auburn native, played football at Troy University.
The Denver Post
19/04
19 Points
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Sports Broncos re-sign running back Ronnie Hillman

Anderson in Super Bowl 50, where he ran five times for zero yards while Anderson piled up 90 yards in Denver's 24-10 win over Carolina.Anderson recently signed a four-year, $18 million contract.Also Monday, the Broncos signed free agent safeties Shiloh Keo and Brandian Ross to one-year contracts.___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and www.twitter.com/AP_NFLCopyright 2016 The Associated Press. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
USA Today
19/04
8 Points
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Sports Von Miller absent from start of Broncos workouts, but teammates unfazed

It seems like a long time ago that Von Miller predicted contract negotiations with the Denver Broncos would be peaceful.That was back on Feb. “He’ll be back in our locker room soon enough.”Talia was part of a small contingent of Broncos players who were in DeSoto, Texas, over the weekend to help celebrate Von Miller Day in Miller’s hometown, and he’s also visited Miller in Los Angeles to watch a taping of Dancing with the Stars.“It's super fun that he's on there.
USA Today
19/04
14 Points
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