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The Denver Broncos are finding young contributors as they grow with this new coaching staff along with other NFL News

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I don’t think there is any fan, player, coach, or employee of the Broncos that is happy about their current record at 3-6 over halfway through the season.

But I honestly am the kind of guy that tries to see the bright side of things and there is something to be excited about for the Denver Broncos. The youth movement is here and the team is getting some new faces serious opportunities to grow and develop in game.

Not only are we seeing guys like Courtland Sutton and Phillip Lindsay continue building on their already short, yet bright careers. We’re also getting to see new faces starting to “get it” in Alexander Johnson, Davontae Harris, Dalton Risner, and Noah Fant.

We’re all sick of losing football in Broncos Country, but I’m finally seeing some real signs of a foundation being laid out for building something competitive. Hopefully we’ll see results next year built off of what this coaching staff is doing to grow the Denver Broncs.

Broncos News

Broncos' 2020 draft the most important of John Elway's tenure - Denver Broncos Blog- ESPN
The Broncos are poised to have their biggest class under Elway and can build off the success of the 2018 and 2019 drafts.

After ACL surgery went 'as planned,' Bradley Chubb already looking ahead to his return
Chubb returned to Empower Field at Mile High on Sunday for the first time since he suffered a partially torn ACL in Week 4 against the Jaguars.

'There's purpose in adversity': Davontae Harris making the most of starting opportunity in Denver

LB Alexander Johnson named Pro Football Focus' AFC Defensive Player of the Month for October
The NFL analytics site ranks Johnson as the top overall linebacker in the NFL through nine weeks.

Other NFL News

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Marrone decides to go with Nick Foles as starter - NFL.com
Though he said Sunday he would wait until after the bye week to make a decision, Jaguars coach Doug Marrone announced Tuesday that Nick Foles will be the starter.

Lamar Jackson's rise, eight other things to love in the NFL in '19 - NFL.com
The Ravens' Lamar Jackson-led attack is a sight to behold -- along with Joey Bosa's defensive prowess and Tyler Lockett's connection with his QB. Gregg Rosenthal spotlights nine things to love in 2019.

Panthers QB Cam Newton placed on injured reserve with foot injury
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has been placed on IR as he continues to experience pain in his foot.

Chargers Owner Dean Spanos Emphatically Denies London Rumors
On Tuesday, Chargers owner Dean Spanos denied a report that the team would listen to the NFL about relocating to London.

Christian McCaffrey’s growth, Brian Hoyer’s value - Sports Illustrated
Also, why you should feel optimistic about the Raiders, why Mark Ingram is such an underrated acquisition, the Falcons’ changes during their bye week and more.

Week 9 DVOA Ratings | Football Outsiders
San Francisco stays No. 1, but subpar performances bring the 49ers and Patriots back towards the pack. At the bottom of DVOA, the Jets and Dolphins are going in opposite directions. Plus: Why the Minnesota Vikings may be the most balanced team in the league this season.

Eagles place WR DeSean Jackson on injured reserve
DeSean Jackson, who suffered a full tear of his abdominal muscle and will need surgery, has been placed on IR by the Eagles and can't return until the wild-card round.