Good Morning, Broncos fans! Starting today, it's time we start holding our collective breaths.
Pads are going on, and hitting will start.
The term real football is overused at every juncture of the NFL calendar, and this is most definitely not that.
After all, we're talking about practice.
But these early days of camp seem to always be fraught with serious injuries, if not in Denver, then elsewhere.
The practice reports highlighted by touchdowns and interceptions are fun and all, but let's just hope for good health.
Cody Latimer, Omar Bolden, Andre Caldwell, and Isaiah Burse are early punt and kick return candidates.
Michael Schofield is splitting time between right tackle and guard; here's where we recall that Orlando Franklin is a pending free agent.
Those aforementioned picks came courtesy of Sylvester Williams and David Bruton.
Sly admits he was a bit overwhelmed as a rookie.
Andrew Mason says Brock Osweiler is showing better anticipation on his throws so far.
There's no better indication that Von Miller is back to being himself than his choice of hosiery.
Arizona safety Tyrann Mathieu is currently aiming to make his return from ACL surgery just in time to face the Broncos in Week 5.
Drew Brees thinks he can play into his mid-forties; let's just hope Peyton Manning feels the same way.
Chris Burke calls T.J. Ward the league's best run-stuffing safety.
Chase Stuart studies quarterbacks by yards per completion.
No Females League
The Ravens are doing their best (worst?) to defend the character of Ray Rice.
Mina Kimes wonders why the NFL expects to draw in new female fans when it treats domestic violence so lightly? Pink merchandise, duh!
Tomas Rios reminds us that lax treatment of domestic violence is not just an NFL problem, but a societal one.
Noted blowhard Stephen A. Smith thinks domestic violence is a matter of women getting what they have coming.