(Eds: With AP Photos.) By ARNIE STAPLETON AP Pro Football Writer Joel Dreessen and Jacob Tamme combined for 93 catches, 911 yards and seven touchdowns last season, yet the tight end making all the noise at the Denver Broncos' training camp is a third-year pro with all of one career catch to his name.
Julius Thomas is dropping jaws, eluding linebackers, overpowering safeties and even holding his own when blocking All-Pro linebacker Von Miller.
In one spectacular but increasingly typical half hour, he overpowered safety Rahim Moore for a touchdown that no DB in the league could have denied, somehow reached into the crowd and hauled in a pass on the sideline that safety David Bruton had batted away and then kept Miller from getting anywhere near Peyton Manning.
The 6-foot-5, 255-pound former power forward is finally healthy after spending the bulk of his first two seasons in Denver dealing with a bum right ankle. He treats every practice like it's game day.
''That's my thing,'' Tho...