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Good Evening, Broncos fans! The team got down to business on Thursday, the first day of training camp.
Of those in attendance, only Chris Harris did not participate in team drills.
But Harris will be examined by Dr. James Andrews on Monday, and expects to be cleared and removed from Denver's PUP list.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! Wednesday at Dove Valley was an emotional day, perhaps the most heart-tugging of all.
According to Ellis, the team will soon honor Mr. B by either enshrining him in the Ring of Fame or by naming their new practice facility after him.
Of course, this is the No Females League, so it was Rice's now wife who publicly apologized for the incident.
Okay, maybe not. Mitch Ewald is obviously here as camp fodder to give Matt Prater some rest.
Von Miller and Kevin Vickerson have been cleared to practice on a limited basis during training camp, which starts on Thursday.
Chris Harris, who like Miller, had his season ended by a torn ACL, was placed on the preseason PUP list.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! So, Demaryius Thomas isn't in any particular rush to sign a new contract.
Is it his $3.275M salary for 2014 that has him at ease? Could be.
According to John Elway, the agent for Julius Thomas hasn't even bothered to submit a counter to the team's recent contract offer.
Broncos owner Pat Bowlen is ceding control of the team, in a nod to his until now private battle with Alzheimer's disease.
Team president Joe Ellis will continue to manage the day-to-day operations of the franchise.
Mr. B has placed ownership of the team into a trust, intending for one of his seven children to one day assume control of his beloved Broncos.
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In a long expected move, the Broncos have released tight end Joel Dreessen with one year remaining on his three-year contract.
Dreessen failed a physical after having had three knee surgeries over the past two offseasons.
The Coloradan and CSU alum might have been a cap casualty anyway, but his knee issues are apparently severe enough for him to have missed the season.