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The Denver broncos participate in warm-ups prior to Friday's practice. Photo by Paul Klee, The Gazette.

The Denver broncos participate in warm-ups prior to Friday's practice. Video by Paul Klee, The Gazette.

ENGLEWOOD — The Broncos returned to practice Friday after a player strike Thursday to protest social injustice.

Practice kicked off at 9:28 a.m. in the wake of players electing to not work Thursday and the team releasing a statement on the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wis.

"As an organization we are outraged and disgusted with the shooting of Jacob Blake," the team said. "Our hearts go out to his children, family and the entire Kenosha community."

(Contact Gazette sports columnist Paul Klee at paul.klee@gazette.com or on Twitter at @bypaulklee.)

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