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The Denver Broncos concluded their final session of a four-day offseason minicamp on Thursday. Here are some quick hits on today’s events:
Participation report — Offensive guard Chris Kuper (ankle) and tight end Julius Thomas (ankle) did not practice and kicker Matt Prater (seeking a new contract) was not present.
Fox expects Prater back by July 26th — Coach John Fox said after practice on Thursday that he expects Prater will be signed by training camp, which is expected to begin on July 26th. The Broncos and Prater are reportedly negotiating a five-year deal. Fox also expects players to show up to training camp in excellent physical condition.
Injury report — Nothing new to report. Running back Knowshon Moreno is recovering from an ACL injury and has progressively participated more in each practice session. Fellow running back Mario Fannin is also recovering from an ACL injury while Kuper and Thomas continue to rehab.
Bailey feels like he’s 22 — Cornerback Champ Bailey, who i...
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Prater, who kicked five game-winning or game-tying field goals last season, received a DUI last August and has converted only 12-of-23 field goal attempts from 40-49 yards (52.2%) while with the Broncos. Prater's agent, Frank Bauer, will point to his clients' long-distance success (75%) while negotiating a deal.
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Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning encourages teammates during NFL football practice at the team's training facility in Englewood, Colo., on Wednesday, June 13, 2012. (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)
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Denver Broncos head coach John Fox leads his players during an NFL football practice at the team's training facility in Englewood, Colo., on Thursday, June 14, 2012. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
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According to Nate Davis of USA Today, it was clear during the Denver Broncos’ minicamp session on Tuesday, that Peyton Manning’s velocity on his deep balls isn’t what it once was.
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The Denver Broncos concluded their second session of a four-day offseason minicamp on Wednesday. Here are some quick hits on today’s events:
Attendance report — For the second consecutive day, kicker Matt Prater was the sole player absent, holding out in hopes of receiving a long-term contract. The Broncos had offered Prater a one-year tender worth about $2.5 million...
Ronnie Hillman had a very productive final two seasons of his college career at San Diego State, totaling 3,243 rushing yards and 36 touchdowns on the ground. leading the Denver Broncos to draft him in the third round of this past April's draft as they look to add skill position talent around newly signed quarterback Peyton Manning.
Hillman does not have terrific size (5'...
The Broncos’ success last season had many fans pleased, but it was also a touchy subject for many of the team’s players. A lot of people quietly felt that the team’s defense is what carried them to victories even though Tim Tebow received most of the attention, headlines, and credit. Willis McGahee certainly agrees.
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The Denver Broncos wrapped up their offseason workouts Thursday with another spirited practice marked by potent, precise passes. One thing is abundantly clear after 13 offseason practices, six of which were witnessed by the media: Peyton Manning is back.
The four-time MVP has shown no ill effects of the nerve issue that caused weakness in his throwing arm last year, required four...
No more Mini-Camp. See you in July! The Broncos pose for an end-of-mini-camp photo. Your wittiest, most cleverest captions in the comments.
Denver Broncos players gather for a group photo on the last day of Mini-Camp on June 14, 2012. The team will reassemble in late July. (Andrew Mason/MaxDenver.com)
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One of the biggest stories this off-season has been the open market on QB Peyton Manning. Once he was released by the Indianapolis Colts in March of 2012 what ensued was nothing shy of Justin Beiber showing up at your neighborhood shopping mall; complete hysteria. Twelve teams showed interest in Manning when the coast to coast road show began. Many free dinners later and one final...
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