Denver Broncos News: Horse Tracks - 6/4/13

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Some clown at has anointed Dez Bryant the chosen one from the 2010 draft, even after ignoring the fact that Demaryius Thomas wins overall, plus character wasn't even a trait that was considered. Doh! You lose again, mainstream media!

Dez Bryant vs. Demaryius Thomas: Superior receiver in Year 4? -
The comparison between Thomas and Bryant is as close as any I've made since starting the "Who's Better?" series a year ago. Both players have developed into Pro Bowl-caliber threats who are on the verge of joining the ranks of the elite at their position.

Thomas Talks Deep Secondary |
Wide receiver Demaryius Thomas talks about what it's like going against the Denver defense during OTAs.

Denver Broncos Videos

Fox on Competition During Monday's OTA |
Head Coach John Fox talks about what he saw during situational drill at Monday's practice.

Ball: 'Jitters Are Gone' |
Rookie running back Montee Ball says he's getting more and more comfortable with a Peyton Manning led offense with each practice.

Wolfe on Approach Towards Year Two |
Derek Wolfe talks about why he's positioned to take more of a leadership role heading into his second year as a pro.

Miller on Building Chemistry During OTAs |
Linebacker Von Miller talks about when working without pads, OTAs are just as important for building communication and chemistry with teammates.

Denver Broncos News & Blogs

Ball 'Feeling Extremely Comfortable' |
Rookie running back Montee Ball said his jitters are already behind him in the third week of the team's OTAs.

Ball, Hillman Look to Manning |
Young running backs Montee Ball and Ronnie Hillman look to QB Peyton Manning for guidance.

Five Thoughts from Monday's Practice |
Independent analyst Andrew Mason checks in with five takeaways from Monday's OTA practice.

Quentin Jammer's contract with the Denver Broncos a good price | First & Orange
The contract details are in on new Broncos’ cornerback Quentin Jammer.

5 Things We Learned from Denver Broncos OTAs | Bleacher Report
The Denver Broncos finished up their second set of OTAs last week. Tomorrow, they'll have their final three-day OTA session before mandatory minicamp, which runs from June 11-13.

Mile High Monday: The Waiting is the Hardest Part - Predominantly Orange
This week marks the three month countdown to the start of the 2013 NFL regular season. As usual, those will prove to be the longest three months of the year, and it will be even harder for fans of the Denver Broncos.

Novo Reforço: Quentin Jammer (CB) "
Ainda buscando incrementar e melhorar a secundária, e depois de não conseguir assinar com cornerback convertido para safety Charles Woodson, o Denver Broncos anunciou na última quarta-feira a contratação do jogador Quentin Jammer.

NFL News and Blogs

Ryan Tannehill: Lamar Miller is Miami Dolphins' RB -
Lamar Miller is threatening to run away with the Miami Dolphins' starting running back job. What did quarterback Ryan Tannehill have to say about the 2013 breakout candidate?

Reggie Bush: No excuse if Detroit Lions' attack not No. 1 -
Reggie Bush has high hopes for a high-octane Detroit Lions offense. And if all goes according to plan, Bush doesn't see any other offense that could top the Lions’.

A look at the biggest names on offense -
Eric Decker, Denver Broncos--Decker enjoyed a breakout year and may be looking for a bigger paycheck. It remains to be seen how the arrival of Wes Welker will affect his targets.

Jim Kelly diagnosed with cancer, Seymour to Falcons stalls -
Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly announces he's fighting cancer, while talks stall between Richard Seymour and the Atlanta Falcons. Here's a look at the NFL news you may have missed on Monday.

NFL denies report that Steve Bornstein is stepping down as NFLN chief | ProFootballTalk
Later this year, NFL Network celebrates its 10th birthday. The league that owns the network denies that it will have christened a new leader by that time. Via John Ourand of SportsBusiness Daily, the NFL has denied a contention that Steve Bornstein is stepping down.

Rivers says he may wear gloves in the opener | ProFootballTalk
Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers usually doesn’t have to worry about inclement weather, at least at home games. But Rivers said Monday he’s considering wearing gloves during the regular season, after some good luck with them last year.

Raiders like Pryor’s "athletic skill set," but his QB play needs work | ProFootballTalk
Terrelle Pryor is a great athlete. He has a long way to go before he's a good quarterback. That's the word from Raiders coach Dennis Allen, who said today that he appreciates Pryor's effort but wants to see him get better at all the aspects of playing quarterback in the NFL.

McNabb doesn’t care about criticism of his Griffin criticism | ProFootballTalk
Former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb recently offered some pointed criticism of Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III. And McNabb has been criticized for it. And McNabb doesn't care.

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