Cecil Lammey: Stokley

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Fan Football Insider, Cecil Lammey joins the guys as OTAs wind down and mandatory mini camp begins. Does Jamaal Charles have a legit shot to be the featured back in the 2017 broncos offense? Cecil answers.

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Broncos have options at right tackle regardless of Menelik Watson’s health — Mile High Sports

While the Denver Broncos drafted their left tackle of the future in tackle Garett Bolles, some still wonder if they truly addressed the the other tackle position when they signed former Oakland Raider Menelik Watson this offseason. In 2016, the combination of Ty Sambrailo and Donald Stephenson left much to be desired after the team saw…

via Broncos have options at right tackle regardless of Menelik Watson’s health — Mile High Sports

Justin Simmons, member of Broncos’ “Baby No Fly Zone,” eager to put teachings to work in Year 2 — The Denver Post

Before Justin Simmons got his first NFL start, before he learned what it was like to be a rookie and to be a safety on the Broncos’ self-titled “No Fly Zone” secondary, he was told something he’s yet to forget. Something that rang true for him and countless other first-year players just trying to stay…

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Rockies rookies have the stamina to go a full season if needed — Mile High Sports

The Colorado Rockies have more wins (38) than any other team in the National League thanks in large part to the success of four rookie starting pitchers. Combined, Antonio Senzatela (8), Kyle Freeland (7), German Marquez (4) and Jeff Hoffman (3) account for 58 percent of Colorado’s wins this season. Not bad for a group whose…

via Rockies rookies have the stamina to go a full season if needed — Mile High Sports

VIDEO: Carlos Gonzalez Blasts Extremely Long and Loud Foul Ball — The Big Lead

Your browser does not support iframes. The good news for Carlos Gonzalez? He laid into a fastball and sent it 480 feet up into the outer reaches of the right-field stands. The bad news? It was slightly foul and the count remained 1-2 before he eventually struck out. Looked cool though. Plus, it gave MLB.com…

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NFL backup QB power rankings: Where Broncos’ Paxton Lynch ranks — The Denver Post

The quarterback has long been considered the most important player in football. And with passing plays at an all-time high, that’s not likely to change. Having a capable starter under center in the NFL is a huge advantage. Starting quarterbacks, defined here as No. 1 on the depth chart, have completed 63 percent of their…

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