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Dec 3, 2017; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Denver Broncos head coach Vance Joseph looks on in the game against the Miami Dolphins during the second half at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

The Broncos moved indoors for practice on Thursday as the temperature dipped around freezing in Denver.

Addressing the media afterward, head coach Vance Joseph discussed many topics, including injury, the offensive line, and frustration by fans. The Broncos have lost eight straight games, the second-longest single regular season losing streak in franchise history, and Joseph says he sympathizes with disappointed fans.

“It’s been a hard season for all of us, the fans included,” Joseph said.

“Our goal is to play well for our fans. I can promise our fans one thing: they will play hard for them this Sunday.”

“Being home is always a good thing,” Joseph continued. “We do get the frustration, because we have them also. If a bad play happens and they boo some, we get it. We understand, but our goal is to win for our fans, and for our football team on Sunday.”

Click here to listen to the full press conference with Vance Joseph, including what he had to say about Donald Stephenson, the offense, how the cold can affect practice and more, or watch the video below.

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