How the Denver Broncos can go from worst to first in the AFC West (Marcas Grant and Cynthia Frelund, NFL.com Podcast)

“There’s a lot to like in what the Broncos have done this offseason. Bringing in Case Keenum is obviously the biggest factor in this, but they also doubled down on something they’re known for — their pass rush — with Bradley Chubb sitting there probably at a position where I don’t think they were thinking they would be able to take him. So they got a chance to kind of reinforce this. So you get that nice DeMarcus Ware-Von Miller sort of effect, hopefully, with the Bradley Chubb addition. And that, to me, projects to change a lot of things for them this season.”

Rating No. 1 wide receivers for all 32 NFL teams (Mike Clay and NFL Nation, ESPN)

Projected target share: 26 percent. The presence of Emmanuel Sanders (projected 22 percent share) almost qualifies this as a “committee,” but [Demaryius] Thomas’ consistently heavy usage is enough to get him into this category. Thomas has handled a share of at least 26 percent each of the past four seasons and has incredibly finished top 12 at the position in targets and receptions each of the past seven years.

Here’s where Broncos fans rank compared the rest of the NFL (Staff, Denver Business Journal)

Out of 32 teams, Broncos fans ranked No. 8, according to the study.

Broncos mailbag: Paxton Lynch’s future; Pat Bowlen’s HOF chances; 2018 outlook (Mike Klis, 9NEWS)

Our latest version of the Broncos mailbag has a set of varied questions from impact of new coaches to stadium name challenges to a certain reporter’s draft access. And more.

Denver Broncos team adviser Tom Heckert Jr. steps down amid health concerns (Kyle Fredrickson, The Denver Post)

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