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Broncos Q&A: Long snapper Aaron Brewer Updated Dec 29, 2012
How - and why - does one become a long snapper? "Yeah, I get that question all the time," said Aaron Brewer, the Broncos' rookie long snapper.
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  • Chiefs at Broncos: Five things to watch Dec 29, 2012
    What Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles has done this season, appearing to be unstoppable on one of the league's worst teams, is nothing short of remarkable.
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  • Klis: For Broncos, and with Elway's help, 2012 has been 7th heaven Dec 29, 2012
    There were the formative years, the Elway (quarterback) years, the Super Bowl years, the post-Elway (quarterback) years and the year Elway (executive) returned.
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  • Sunday's NFL games: Quarterbacks may surpass record for number of 4,000-yard seasons Dec 29, 2012
    If teams throw the ball Sunday at the pace they have all season, the quarterbacks could add more history to an ever-growing pile in these pass-happy times.
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  • Broncos' Mike McCoy, Jack Del Rio about to become hot coaching candidates Dec 29, 2012
    Much as the Broncos would like to avoid distractions as they get ready for their playoff run, they're coming, anyway.
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  • J.J. Watt: Don’t count me out for MVP Dec 29, 2012
    Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning and Vikings running back Adrian Peterson are engaged in a two-man race for the NFL Most Valuable Player award. But Texans defensive lineman J.J. Watt thinks it should be a three-man race. Watt, a heavy favorite to win …
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  • Broncos-Chiefs: A to-do list for Denver to get its 11th consecutive win Dec 29, 2012
    The Broncos will arrive at their regular-season finale Sunday with plenty on the table.
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  • Denver Broncos linebacker Wesley Woodyard having a special season Dec 29, 2012
    He's not going to the Pro Bowl. But linebacker Wesley Woodyard still stands alone in the NFL this season.
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