By their own admission, this Broncos team feels different

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Credit: Ryan Koenigsberg, BSN Denver

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Following a 9-7 season in 2016, not much changed with the Denver Broncos last offseason other than head coach Gary Kubiak retiring due to non-football reasons.

While just missing the playoffs was certainly disappointing following Super Bowl 50 the year before, it wasn’t a massive surprise after the team lost their leader, and future Hall of Fame quarterback, Peyton Manning.

And hey, there was a hopeful belief the team maybe had found their quarterback of the future in either Trevor Siemian or Paxton Lynch. Things seemed to be looking up.

That all changed after 2017’s dismal 5-11 season.

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