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Von Miller gets called a "super hunk" on Dancing with the Stars

If you were thinking you were going to get to today's Denver Broncos news without finding out that Von Miller is a "super hunk," you were sorely mistaken.

On Dancing with the Stars, Miller keeps on trucking with some impressive dance moves.

After that hunky performance, Bruno calls a spade and spade but adds "super" to the hunk.

This riveting show must have all of America enthralled. I wish I were one of them. (not really)

Still hoping Von wins, though! It will make posts like these worth it.

Horse Tracks

Draft position preview: Safeties
Ohio State's Vonn Bell, Florida's Keanu Neal and West Virginia's Karl Joseph are at the top of a class that features some heavy hitters.

Elway patiently waits for Kaepernick on Broncos terms |
The longer this goes, the better chance the Denver Broncos acquire Colin Kaepernick on their terms.

Warren Moon believes Denver is 'perfect situation' for Colin Kaepernick
Count Hall of Famer Warren Moon among those who believe the Broncos offer the best opportunity for Colin Kaepernick.

Kubiak to be guest speaker at Boy Scouts of America's sports breakfast
Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak will be a guest speaker at the Boy Scouts of America's Denver Area Sports Breakfast on Thursday at Pepsi Center.

Kaepernick reporting to 49ers does not rule out potential trade to Broncos | Broncos Wire
Quarterback Colin Kaepernick reported to San Francisco’s offseason program Monday, his first step toward securing a $400,000 offseason workout bonus.

Is John Elway pulling a Trump?
Denver residents released a collective exasperated sigh when Jason Cole of Bleacher Report reported that the deal between the Denver Broncos and the San Francisco 49ers for Colin Kaepernick wouldn’t happen.

Advanced Accounting: How the Broncos create salary cap space out of nothing
The Broncos are broke. Well, figuratively at least. They’ve been given a yearly allowance, and it’s all but gone. Unfortunately, they’re not done spending, and that makes the remainder of this offseason very interesting.

John Elway é o Quarterback do Broncos em 2016! - Mile High Brasil
Obviamente, o post abaixo foi uma piada de 1º de abril. Esperamos que tenham curtido a novidade.

Trying to figure out Emmanuel Ogbah’s NFL future will make your head hurt -
The Oklahoma State pass rusher looks unstoppable on some plays, and then he's getting washed out by a blocker on the next. Retired NFL defensive end Stephen White went to the film room to try and understand.

What are the chances the Titans trade the No. 1 pick? -
The Titans' best chance at selling the top pick would be if a team wanted a quarterback bad enough to hop the Browns.

2016 NFL mock draft: Shake-up among the wide receivers -
Josh Doctson could find his way in the top 10 if he ends up being the first wide receiver off the board.

Kaepernick's decision impacts multiple teams - NFL Videos
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport and NFL Media's James Palmer join "NFL Total Access" to discuss what happened in negotiations between QB Colin Kaepernick and the Denver Broncos.

Pro Bowl safety Reggie Nelson visiting Raiders -
Pro Bowl safety Reggie Nelson is visiting the Raiders. Will the former Bengals star help turn around a defense that ranked 22nd in points and yards last season?

San Francisco 49ers most likely team to trade up to No. 1 -
The San Francisco 49ers are the most likely NFL club to trade up with the Tennessee Titans for the No. 1 pick of the 2016 NFL Draft, according to NFL Media analysts Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks.

Jameis Winston: 'I will take a pay cut' to play with Jalen Ramsey -
Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston wants GM Jason Licht to find a way to reunite him with FSU's Jalen Ramsey, a top prospect in the 2016 NFL Draft.

Steve Smith Sr. calls out Greg Hardy on domestic violence claim - Baltimore Ravens Blog- ESPN
An advocate against domestic violence, Ravens receiver Steve Smith Sr. isn't buying Greg Hardy's claim that he's never hit a woman.

Don't rip San Francisco QB Colin Kaepernick for not taking $4.9 million pay cut - NFL
In a league where players have short shelf lives and non-guaranteed contracts, Colin Kaepernick can't be blamed for not taking a $4.9 million pay cut, writes Matt Bowen.

The NFL’s Shoddy Science Means We Know Even Less About Concussions | FiveThirtyEight
Last week, The New York Times published an investigation that said an NFL committee assembled in 1994 to research head injuries had omitted crucial data from it…