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Denver Broncos don't look at polished running back Javonte Williams as a rookie


, who the Denver Broncos quickly moved up in the second round to draft in April, has been every bit of the tackle-breaking, double-take-making runner the Broncos hoped. He leads the team in rushing (815 yards), is second in carries (170) and has six total touchdowns (three rushing, three receiving). It's his physicality that stands out. (ESPN.com)

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Denver Broncos don't look at polished running back Javonte Williams as a rookie


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