Peyton Hillis voted onto cover of Madden 12: What current Bronco might make cut some day?

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Predominantly Orange's Kim Constantinesco, inspired by ex-Bronco Peyton Hillis beating Michael Vick to the Madden 12 box, polls readers about current Denver players who might end up on the cover. At this writing, Von Miller's ahead.

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