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The Broncos have been in the news quite a bit this season for their quarterback situation, but it just got a little bit more interesting. Antontio Gonzalez of The Associated Press spotted Broncos executive vice president John Elway and general manager Brian Xanders on the sidelines of a Stanford practice watching projected No. 1 pick Andrew Luck. No representative of the NFL is allowed to talk to college players while they are still in school, but Elway has shown a great interest in Luck so far this season. Lindsay Jones of the Post reported that he attended Stanford's game against...
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