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Alex Sisti wins Von Miller card on BT giveaway | BroncoTalk
Congratulations to Alex Sisti, who won the autographed 2012 Bowman Signatures Inside the Numbers Auto Relic Von Miller trading card pictured to the right.

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Summer 2012

New Horsepower Fueling Broncos — Part III | DenverBroncnos.com
The third story in a three-part series. Strength and Conditioning Coach Luke Richesson and his staff bring a new philosophy to the Broncos’ strength program.

Family of Broncos’ Ben Garland loses home to Waldo Canyon Fire | Denver Post
Ben Garland’s grandparents fled their home in the Mountain Shadows subdivision in Colorado Springs Tuesday afternoon with only enough time to grab a few belongings before the Waldo Canyon Fire tore through the neighborhood.

With Peyton Manning aboard, Broncos receivers actually have to learn routes now | Yahoo! Sports
Demaryius Thomas has been a wide receiver in the NFL for two years now and evidently hasn’t spent a lot of time learning to run routes. I guess it’s not all that necessary when you’re watching for Kyle Orton or Tim Tebow to deliver you the football.

Tim Tebow gives Jets most intriguing No. 2 in NFL | Sporting News
Tim Tebow, in his first year with the New York Jets, is back to being who he was last summer with the Denver Broncos: The most popular backup quarterback in the NFL.

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Denver Broncos Blogs

Drawing up the play action route scheme vs. Cover 2. | NFP
Today, I want to talk about one of Gruden’s top play action schemes: “Yankee.” A two-man vertical concept (with max protection) the Bucs would use when the ball was between the 40s (prime field position for deep play action).

Breaking down a Cover 7 technique to ‘double’ the slot WR. | NFP
How do you take away a receiver? Use calls (or techniques) built into combination-man schemes. In Cover 7 (defense I played in with the Redskins), there are multiple opportunities to make calls in the secondary designed to “double” certain route concepts based on the offensive personnel on the field.

The Broncos 4th Round Draft History | MHR
In the 2012 NFL, the fourth round consisted of picks 96 through 135. Reuter states that picks 80-120 have an 8% success rate and picks 121-160 have a 3.8% chance of making 56 starts in his first 5 seasons. Call it an even 6% for the 4th round expectations.

Little Known Broncos Facts: Opening Day (1980s) | MHR
We have taken a look back at the opening day games from the 1960s and the 1970s. We saw how the Broncos had played twelve of those twenty games at home and had won twelve of the twenty contests.

Countdown To Denver Broncos Football: Overcoming Summer Blues | Predominantly Orange
Most people have the winter doldrums. For me, I have an extra pep in my step when it’s cold, snowy, and football rules the kingdom. Summer, particularly this time period, drains me, and leaves me longing for cooler weather and jam-packed football days.


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