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9-7, 3rd in AFC West

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos rookie wide receiver Carlos Henderson said earlier this week "I won't miss a workout or practice even though I'm not signed." And now he doesn't have to worry about it as he formally put a bow on the Broncos' draft class Friday by signing his four-year deal. Henderson is expected to compete for No. 3 receiver job and will likely return kickoffs.

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Developing a young QB key for Elway (1:04)
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Best offenses and defenses in 2017

The Broncos' defense took a step back in 2016, but two of our insiders believe it's a unit still capable of winning games on its own, even without top-end QB play.

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2dJeff Legwold

Von Miller: 'I want to be a GOAT-type player'

Von Miller isn't sure why some think he doesn't take football seriously, but the Broncos star wants to make it clear he's fully focused this offseason.

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Elway confident he'll sign extension by Week 1

Entering the final year of his contract as Broncos general manager and executive vice president of football operations, John Elway said there were no hang-ups in negotiations and expects to sign before the season begins.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos defensive coordinator Joe Woods mentioned a few players today as he covered a variety of topics. One who drew special mention from Woods was defensive end Adam Gotsis. Woods said Gotsis -- a '16 draft pick -- has shown plenty of progress on the field and "he looks like an action figure ... He's put together."

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3dBill Barnwell

Barnwell's AFC West report cards: Chiefs' all-in offseason

The Chiefs got their QB -- at a cost. The Broncos and Chargers renovated their offensive lines. The Raiders added a formerly retired superstar. Here's how each AFC West team fared in free agency and the draft.

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4dDavid Purdum

Can Broncos return to division's top?

In 2016, Denver failed to claim the AFC West for the first time in seven years. The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook isn't convinced the Broncos are ready to lap the Raiders and the Chiefs.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Vance Joseph also said Tuesday he would split time with the starters equally among quarterbacks Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch during the Broncos' 10 OTA practices. Siemian got the majority of the work with the starters Tuesday and Lynch will get the majority of the work with the starters Wednesday. "They'll each get five (practices)," Joseph said.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos coach Vance Joseph said after Tuesday's OTA practice the team would be patient with running back Jamaal Charles. Joseph said Charles would be in a group of players that also includes center Matt Paradis and tight end Jake Butt that likely would not do much on field work until training camp. Joseph said Charles and the other players needed a chance to get healthy "before they can help us."

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4dJeff Legwold

Broncos' best acquisition: Ronald Leary

There's a reason the Broncos paid top dollar for Leary: They need direction up front, additional leadership and stability at the guard position.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

As expected running back Jamaal Charles, tight end Jake Butt, quarterback Chad Kelly and center Matt Paradis among players not participating in first day of Broncos OTAs.

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Broncos' Miller thanks, honors team employees

Broncos linebacker Von Miller helped honor more than 200 team employees at a service awards ceremony Thursday, telling them, "We couldn't do what we do if it weren't for you."

Team Stats

Passing Yards230.3Tied-21st
Rushing Yards92.827th
Points For20.822nd
Points Against18.64th

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