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Broncos say they won't be divided by bickering

 

December 16, 2015

Gabriel Christus/Denver Broncos/MGN

Denver Broncos tight end Vernon Davis reacts after dropping a pass on fourth down during the 15-12 loss to the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. Davis' drop was just one of many miscues down the stretch that led to the loss for the Broncos who could have secured the No. 1 seed in the AFC with a win.

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - The Denver Broncos insist their locker room won't be split apart after blunders on offense and special teams - and a bad play by the new guy - wasted an historical effort by the league's top-ranked defense.

"We're a team, we're brothers," linebacker Brandon Marshall said. "Just because your brother isn't doing so well that doesn't mean you have the right to get on him."

Marshall said the league's top-ranked defense holds no grudges against the NFL's 24th-ranked offense, one that can't seem to find the end zone no matter if Brock Osweiler or Peyton Manning is taking t...



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