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16:56  05 june  2019
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The Super Bowl Most Valuable Player Award, or Super Bowl MVP , is presented annually to the most valuable player of the Super Bowl , the National Football League's (NFL) championship game.

Tuesday did not look much different from OTA practices, other than a few added drills. It sounded like Von Miller was talking about Uncle Rico from "Napoleon Dynamite" when discussing Flacco 's arm "He looks like a Super Bowl MVP to me. Today, he had a play-action rollout play to the right

Von Miller: Flacco 'looks like a Super Bowl MVP' at minicamp© Joe Amon/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty Images / Denver Post / Getty

It's safe to say Joe Flacco is making a good early impression on his Denver Broncos teammates.

The Broncos kicked off their three-day mandatory minicamp Tuesday, and star pass-rusher Von Miller thought his 34-year-old quarterback looked like the player who led the Baltimore Ravens to a championship

"He looks like a Super Bowl MVP to me," Miller told reporters, according to Arnie Stapleton of The Associated Press. "Today he had a play-action, rolled out to the right and threw the ball from the opposite 20 to the opposite 15. Now, I don't know how far that is.

Peyton Manning throws his full support behind Joe Flacco

Peyton Manning throws his full support behind Joe Flacco Peyton Manning was the Denver Broncos’ most successful quarterback since current general manager John Elway led them to two Super Bowl titles in the 1990s. When Manning talks, it makes a ton of sense to listen. He did just that recently in talking up new Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco. In fact, Manning seemed to throw his full support behind the much-maligned signal caller. “It’s a fresh start. He handled it well last year. He was a pro and tried to do the best for the team,” Manning said, via Troy Renck of ABC 7 in Denver.

Miller then adopted a more serious attitude.[7]. After recovering from his ACL injury, Miller looked to improve his play in his fourth season with the Broncos.[61] He did so with 14 This was the first fumble return touchdown in a Super Bowl since Super Bowl XXVIII.[68] With 4:51 left in regulation and the

Rawls looks like a more than adequate replacement. Miller was an afterthought for the cameras as Super Bowl MVP . They filmed him for like 30 seconds, and then went right back to Peyton. lol. Von with the Joe Flacco "Maximize Your Contract By Winning The Super Bowl MVP in the Last Game of

"He threw the ball far. He can throw 80 yards, easy."

Denver is relying on experience at key positions to succeed in 2019. The Broncos are the only squad aside from the New England Patriots that currently rosters multiple Super Bowl MVPs (Miller captured the award at Super Bowl 50).

Players weren't the only ones taking note of Flacco's abilities. Head coach Vic Fangio came away impressed with his starting quarterback after Denver's first minicamp practice.

"He still has a big arm, the ball still comes out of his hand with a lot of liveliness to it," Fangio said. "It's a very catchable ball. I think the guys like playing with him. I've been happy with Joe."

Though he'll likely face competition during the year in the form of 2019 second-rounder Drew Lock, Flacco is fully expected to begin the campaign as the Broncos' starter.

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