Broncos coach Josh McDaniels took his kids to the zoo, while rookie Robert Ayers made a quick journey back to South Carolina to visit his mom and squeeze in some bowling.
Linebacker Andra Davis kept things simple, hanging out at his house with his family and watching a glut of football.
All made for fine distractions over Denver's brief bye-week break, but now it's back to business.
And business is booming for the Broncos, who remain 1 of 3 undefeated teams in the league after Minnesota tumbled in Pittsburgh on Sunday.
The Broncos (6-0) will attempt to keep the momentum moving forward when they head to Baltimore on Sunday to face the Ravens (3-3).
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