Not bad, Bill Williamson

Camp Confidential: Denver Broncos
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Former Chicago quarterback Caleb Hanie has the inside track to be Manning’s backup. Still, Adam Weber or rookie Brock Osweiler could pull off the surprise and beat him out…The Broncos are high on undrafted rookie linebacker Steven Johnson. The Kansas product could get some looks at middle linebacker in the preseason…The Broncos will look at a lot of punt return options. Having Decker do it may be risky. I think it is an area Denver will look to upgrade on the waiver wire…The Broncos would like to see middle linebacker Joe Mays shore up his tackling in camp. He is a solid player, but he whiffed too many times last season…Defensive lineman Ben Garland is making an impression. He is athletic and has great feet and could make the team.

A rare column from the cuddly Pork Chop--meaning that it's probably worth your time reading.  He gives some additional observations outside the Paige/Klis/Jones contingent. The notes on Ben Garland, the punt return situation, and the battle at quarterback are interesting bits; further, always interesting is the state of flux that is the Denver Broncos' linebackers.  Steven Johnson beating out Joe Mays?  Could it really happen?  One thing you can be sure of: Johnson works his butt off, as this video demonstrates.  

I’m glad we had this talk.  Now, vaya con Dios, Brah.

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