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2020 Schedule
2nd in AFC West
Haskins calls his shot, drops dime to Jeudy in workout (0:20)
4d

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos' standout safety Kareem Jackson tested positive for COVID-19, a source confirmed to ESPN. Jackson has cold-like symptoms, but expects to make a full recovery.

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17dJeff Legwold

Broncos agree to multiyear deal with FanDuel

The Denver Broncos have agreed to a multiyear deal with FanDuel to make the sportsbook their official sports betting and daily fantasy football partner.

Jerry Jeudy shows off impressive footwork and agility (0:43)
20d

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Von Miller also wrote: "“Many of us have seen this day coming, but let's not get it twisted. The social upheaval we are witnessing is not about one horrific incident in Minneapolis. This has been building up for years, decades, generations. We can either confront it for what it is and make it an inflection point in the arc of our nation's history, or we can become complicit in the perpetuation of our disease because we refuse to admit we are ill.'' The full piece is at Time.com

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos linebacker Von Miller wrote a piece for Time.com on the death of George Floyd in police custody as well as his emotions in the days that have followed. Part of it reads:“Since George Floyd died, tears have overcome me at least once a day. And then, as I thought about it, I have felt this pain in varying degrees for as far back as I can remember—at least since the first time I was called a n****r in elementary school. The pain sears me every day, now.''

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24dTurron Davenport

Broncos' Casey: Titans discarded me like 'trash'

Former Titans DT Jurrell Casey said Monday on the McCourty twins' podcast that Tennessee only told him seconds before the trade that he was headed to the Broncos and he feels like the Titans threw him away "like a piece of trash."

Von Miller: 'The time is always right to do what's right' (0:55)
25d
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26dJeff Legwold

Broncos lead Denver protest; Fangio participates

More than 50 players from the Broncos -- and more than 70 individuals from the team in total -- marched with protesters through downtown Denver, wearing T-shirts that read, "If You Ain't With Us, You Against Us."

Broncos join protests (0:32)
26d
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29dJeff Legwold

Broncos' Fangio: 'Should have been more clear'

A day after a conference call with reporters that drew criticism, Broncos coach Vic Fangio on Wednesday apologized for his comments that he doesn't "see racism at all in the NFL."

Stephen A. astounded by Fangio's comments about racism in the NFL (2:13)
29d

Team Stats

Passing Yards194.728th
Rushing Yards103.920th
Points For17.628th
Points Against19.823rd

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