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Posted: 6:13 PM - A person with knowledge of the decision has told The Associated Press that Trevor Siemian will be named the Denver Broncos' starting quarterback after beating out Paxton Lynch.

Posted: 6:12 PM - It took nearly four minutes for Colorado to dial it in on defense. Four minutes too long for a coaching staff that hangs its hat on defense, but nonetheless, once the Buffaloes clamped down everything started clicking.

Posted: 6:10 PM - he Denver Broncos on Monday claimed running back Stanley Williams off waivers and released running back Bernard Pierce, President of Football Operations/General Manager John Elway announced.