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  • What defines the 2019 season for the @Broncos? @SteveAtwater27, @redwardsradio and I discuss here: https://t.co/Jv5kBHBztB
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  • Von Miller: “Every year is a contract year … especially in the National Football League."
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  • Von Miller says he and Bradley Chubb want to play “85, 90 percent” of the snaps. Says Fangio has indicated they will play more this year.
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  • Von Miller says he still has “a lot” to give, mentions how he hasn’t won Defensive Player of the Year yet.
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  • Chris Harris Jr. says he was inspired by how competitive Champ Bailey was “every day” even after playing 15 years. Harris said he was already competitive, but learned more & reached a higher bar by watching Bailey.
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  • Chris Harris Jr., on the 16/18-game proposal: "It’s going to be hard for them to tell me not to play 18 games if I can play … I don’t think that will happen."
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  • Chris Harris Jr. thinks that getting to play zone will help, says that in the past, with the man emphasis, he’s had to play a “hard down” on every down of the game. “I like [the scheme] so far."
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  • Vic Fangio: In the first 2 weeks of camp “We need to be able to build our endurance,” and says they need to be “calloused” to play football “so you’re ready to play in a three-hour, 3:10 game."
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  • Vic Fangio: “It’s five extra practices … it’s good. I’m glad we have them. I think it’s a great opportunity … We need it. We’re a new staff, a new team, a lot of new things going on.” There are “no negatives,” he says. Extra game gives an extra chance to evaluate young players.
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  • Vic Fangio: “We have some things to figure as to exactly how we align our secondary, how we line the starters up at different positions.” Said in the secondary that they have “versatility,” Kareem Jackson will work at safety and CB.
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