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The No Fly Zone is working hard to carry on without Aqib Talib.

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The No Fly Zone went into the history books when the Denver Broncos traded Aqib Talib, but Chris Harris Jr. and Bradley Roby are doing what they can to ensure the enemy will take heavy fire across their air space in 2018 and beyond.

After being drafted in 2014, it is finally Roby’s chance to become the lockdown cornerback the Broncos hoped he would become for them. No one expected Talib and Harris to form the greatest secondary in Broncos history for the past four seasons, but hopefully we’re about to see Act 2 of this play with Roby and Harris.

Horse Tracks

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Wonderlic Test Challenge

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I scored a 42, which surprised me. Doing speed math is ridiculous without a calculator and I had to make at least 10 educated guesses. If I took this again, I doubt I’d come close to this score - so I’ll keep it and hang my hat on it! LOL... and it still doesn’t mean I can play football.

How did you all do?