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Bronco Rob
06-12-2012, 02:53 PM
Broncos' camp thoughts


Jun 13 2:35 PM ETBill Williamson | ESPN.com


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Here are some observations from Denver’s second minicamp practice being held on Wednesday:

•It’s interesting to see Peyton Manning operate in quarterback drills when they work as a group. While the other three quarterbacks worked on roll-out passes, Manning acted as a pass-rusher to simulate a game situation. It’s just one of the many ways Manning helps his team.

• Manning aired out some nice passes Wednesday as his progression continues.

• Knowshon Moreno is progressing and doing some seven-on-seven drills as he comes back from his torn ACL.

• Sixth-round pick, linebacker Danny Trevathan continues to look good. He is getting some nickel looks with the first team and could get some playing time if D.J. Williams’ six-game suspension holds up. Trevathan, a tackle machine at Kentucky, is definitely a player to keep an eye on.

• The Quinton Carter-Rahim Moore rotation at safety continued with Moore getting the first-team repetitions Wednesday. It was Carter’s turn Tuesday. Expect the rotation to continue through training camp. In the end I expect both 2011 draft choices to play a lot with free-agent addition Mike Adams.

• Running back Mario Fannin is looking solid as he tries to make the team. A touted undrafted free agent from Auburn last season, Fannin missed his rookie year with a torn ACL.

• Veteran receiver Brandon Stokley still knows how to play football. He has brilliant hands and his routes are flawless. If he can stay healthy, the 35-year-old Stokley can be the slot receiver.




http://espn.go.com/blog/afcwest/post/_/id/44945/broncos-camp-thoughts












Wrapping up Denver's day


June 12th 9:05 PM ET By Bill Williamson | ESPN.com


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Here are some remaining thoughts from my day at Denver’s minicamp, where Peyton Manning was the star attraction:

I thought Denver coach John Fox nicely handled the situation revolving linebacker D.J. Williams tweeting photos of the team’s playbook. Fox called it a “mishap” and said the situation was addressed. The tweeted plays really didn’t compromise the Broncos, so the team isn’t overly upset. Yet I’m sure it was made clear to Williams and the rest of the team that similar tweets will be prohibited in the future.

It will be interesting to see the Broncos’ safety situation develop in camp. Veteran Mike Adams looks like a solid player and second-year players, Quinton Carter and Rahim Moore will also be in the mix. If Carter and Moore continue to develop, it could be a good group.

Quarterback Brock Osweiler looks the part -- even though he's still a project. The 6-foot-7, second-round pick has a gun and he seems like he is willing to put in the work. I look forward to seeing him in the preseason.

Manning’s former offensive coordinator Tom Moore made it clear Tuesday he was simply visiting camp and has no plans to join the team as a consultant. Moore was on the Pittsburgh staff with Fox in 1989. Moore, 73, said he is interested in coaching again in 2013.

Running back Knowshon Moreno continues to run on his own off to the side during drills. He tore an ACL last season and should be ready for camp. The No. 12 overall pick in the 2009 draft could have an uphill battle to make the team.

Fox praised the reputation of sixth-round pick linebacker Danny Trevathan. He was a tackle machine in college at Kentucky and I could see him having an immediate role on special teams.



http://espn.go.com/blog/afcwest/post/_/id/44925/wrapping-up-denvers-day



There is an interesting visitor at camp. Peyton Manning’s former offensive coordinator and confidant Tom Moore is here. Moore worked closely with Manning this offseason as he prepared to sign with a team. No one knows Manning the NFL quarterback better than Tom Moore. He was Manning’s offensive coordinator and close confidante for 13 seasons in Indianapolis. Moore worked with Manning in March as he prepared to sign with a team, and he was a camp visitor Tuesday.

“He looked excellent,” Moore said of Manning after the practice. “He looked the same. He looked good in March and I saw the progress from then to today. … He looked as good today as he ever has on any June 12th.”

On Tuesday Manning did not look like a player who is coming back from a critical injury and a year off. He looked sharp and his passes had good movement.



http://espn.go.com/blog/afcwest/post/_/id/44888/broncos-camp-quick-hits

Lestat
06-12-2012, 03:30 PM
interesting, very, very, interesting...

Los Broncos
06-12-2012, 03:36 PM
How are the kickers coming along? any comp coming into camp?

baja
06-12-2012, 03:48 PM
Mr. McCoy coach wants to see you and bring your iPad.

Houshyamama
06-12-2012, 03:54 PM
How are the kickers coming along? any comp coming into camp?

Word is David Treadwell walked onto the field this morning sporting a robotic leg. He said, "Watch this" and drop kicked a carbon nano-tube reinforced ball from the field at Dove Valley through the uprights at Invseco. David insisted the doctors put his real (rotting) foot on the end of the bionic leg, as it just didn't feel right otherwise.

underrated29
06-12-2012, 04:03 PM
How are the kickers coming along? any comp coming into camp?

I heard we are bringing in some competition. Right now they are all at home watching ghostbusters together though

rbackfactory80
06-12-2012, 04:08 PM
You could always promote McCoy to GM.

Taco John
06-12-2012, 04:30 PM
Any update on how the long snapper looks? The Lonnie Paxton, David Binn competition promises to be a hot one this summer.

Jay3
06-12-2012, 04:33 PM
Tom Moore is taking notes by watching Mike McCoy.

Drunken.Broncoholic
06-12-2012, 05:06 PM
Any update on how the long snapper looks? The Lonnie Paxton, David Binn competition promises to be a hot one this summer.

Long live Mike Leach.

lolcopter
06-12-2012, 05:07 PM
You could always promote McCoy to GM.

or fire him

BroncoMan4ever
06-12-2012, 05:42 PM
Any update on how the long snapper looks? The Lonnie Paxton, David Binn competition promises to be a hot one this summer.

I still say don't be surprised if Binn takes Paxton's job in a cost cutting move

rbackfactory80
06-12-2012, 05:58 PM
or fire him

That was my idea.

pricejj
06-12-2012, 06:19 PM
or fire him

I 2nd that emotion

DBroncos4life
06-12-2012, 06:31 PM
You could always promote McCoy to GM.

Or... crazy thought here you could have the 73 year old Tom Moore help teach the 40 year old Mike McCoy some things.

Bronco Rob
06-12-2012, 08:04 PM
Manning marches toward game action


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Tuesday marked another milestone in the reconstruction of Peyton Manning.

As he led his new team through the first day of a mandatory minicamp Tuesday on a majestic day in the Rockies, Manning took another positive step toward getting back on the field for the first time since January 2011.

Manning is 58 days away from the preseason opener at Chicago. It will be one of the most anticipated preseason performances in recent NFL memory.

All systems go. The Broncos have no plans of holding back Manning in preseason, despite the four neck procedures that forced him to miss the entire 2011 season. John Fox, starting his 11th season as an NFL head coach, said he plans to use Manning as he always has with his starting quarterbacks in the preseason. Manning will play a series or two in Chicago, will likely play into the second quarter in the second preseason game, and will likely play into the third quarter in the third preseason game. He will likely take the finale off to prepare for Denver’s season opener against Pittsburgh on Sept. 9.

“Everything is ready to go,” Fox said. “He’ll be out there.”

“He’s getting acclimated to everything, new offense, new coaches, a new center,” Fox said. “He’s going through the process and doing well.”

On Tuesday Manning did not look like a player who is coming back from a critical injury and a year off. He looked sharp and his passes had good movement.

The deep ball is one area he still needs to work on, although it was never a major part of Manning’s game. The Broncos didn’t run many deep plays Tuesday, but in a recent OTA workout Manning looked good going long.

Earlier in the offseason, Denver offensive coordinator Mike McCoy said the Broncos do have Manning on somewhat of a "pitch count” as they monitor his progress. It seems to be a liberal count. Manning didn’t look like a limited player Tuesday although he still is not all the way back.

Overall, it was Manning -- just without a horseshoe on his helmet.



Read The Rest...http://espn.go.com/blog/afcwest/post/_/id/44897/manning-marches-toward-game-action





:thumbs:

delany
06-12-2012, 08:12 PM
So excited for this season.

Bacchus
06-12-2012, 08:24 PM
I thought Denver coach John Fox nicely handled the situation revolving linebacker D.J. Williams tweeting photos of the team’s playbook. Fox called it a “mishap” and said the situation was addressed. The tweeted plays really didn’t compromise the Broncos, so the team isn’t overly upset. Yet I’m sure it was made clear to Williams and the rest of the team that similar tweets will be prohibited in the future.


Wow, no over reaction by the Broncos they must not post on the Mane.

Bacchus
06-12-2012, 08:27 PM
Word is David Treadwell walked onto the field this morning sporting a robotic leg. He said, "Watch this" and drop kicked a carbon nano-tube reinforced ball from the field at Dove Valley through the uprights at Invseco. David insisted the doctors put his real (rotting) foot on the end of the bionic leg, as it just didn't feel right otherwise.

Where is Raphael Septien when you need him..... I'll bet hardly anyone gets this joke. It is Old School and even then you probably won't know it.

bowtown
06-12-2012, 08:46 PM
Word is David Treadwell walked onto the field this morning sporting a robotic leg. He said, "Watch this" and drop kicked a carbon nano-tube reinforced ball from the field at Dove Valley through the uprights at Invseco. David insisted the doctors put his real (rotting) foot on the end of the bionic leg, as it just didn't feel right otherwise.

I call BS. Even with a robotic leg, there is no way Treadwell kicked a ball more than 50 yards.

bowtown
06-12-2012, 08:49 PM
Any update on how the long snapper looks? The Lonnie Paxton, David Binn competition promises to be a hot one this summer.

Please...

Blueflame
06-13-2012, 12:07 AM
Long live Mike Leach.

Go Cougs! ;)

Boomhauer
06-13-2012, 03:59 AM
Thanks for the updates B-Rob. To address some posts above;

Binn is no longer with the team, replaced by the 235lb Aaron Brewer.
McCoy was a crappy QB Coach that failed miserably and should have already been replaced at O-Coordinator. Gase does a good job keeping dry towels ready during rainy games, but I don't expect him to be any better coaching Weber and Oswalt this year than he was with our receivers.
I say hire the 73yr old Moore tomorrow, give McCoy a swift kick in the azz for how bad he sucked the last couple years, then tell Gase to take a lot of notes on how to prepare, handle and teach QBs if he is interested in the OC job after Manning and Moore.

hambone13
06-13-2012, 04:54 AM
Wrapping up Denver's day


June 12th 9:05 PM ET By Bill Williamson | ESPN.com


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Here are some remaining thoughts from my day at Denver’s minicamp, where Peyton Manning was the star attraction:

I thought Denver coach John Fox nicely handled the situation revolving linebacker D.J. Williams tweeting photos of the team’s playbook. Fox called it a “mishap” and said the situation was addressed. The tweeted plays really didn’t compromise the Broncos, so the team isn’t overly upset. Yet I’m sure it was made clear to Williams and the rest of the team that similar tweets will be prohibited in the future.

It will be interesting to see the Broncos’ safety situation develop in camp. Veteran Mike Adams looks like a solid player and second-year players, Quinton Carter and Rahim Moore will also be in the mix. If Carter and Moore continue to develop, it could be a good group.

Quarterback Brock Osweiler looks the part -- even though he's still a project. The 6-foot-7, second-round pick has a gun and he seems like he is willing to put in the work. I look forward to seeing him in the preseason.

Manning’s former offensive coordinator Tom Moore made it clear Tuesday he was simply visiting camp and has no plans to join the team as a consultant. Moore was on the Pittsburgh staff with Fox in 1989. Moore, 73, said he is interested in coaching again in 2013.

Running back Knowshon Moreno continues to run on his own off to the side during drills. He tore an ACL last season and should be ready for camp. The No. 12 overall pick in the 2009 draft could have an uphill battle to make the team.

Fox praised the reputation of sixth-round pick linebacker Danny Trevathan. He was a tackle machine in college at Kentucky and I could see him having an immediate role on special teams.



http://espn.go.com/blog/afcwest/post/_/id/44925/wrapping-up-denvers-day



There is an interesting visitor at camp. Peyton Manning’s former offensive coordinator and confidant Tom Moore is here. Moore worked closely with Manning this offseason as he prepared to sign with a team. No one knows Manning the NFL quarterback better than Tom Moore. He was Manning’s offensive coordinator and close confidante for 13 seasons in Indianapolis. Moore worked with Manning in March as he prepared to sign with a team, and he was a camp visitor Tuesday.

“He looked excellent,” Moore said of Manning after the practice. “He looked the same. He looked good in March and I saw the progress from then to today. … He looked as good today as he ever has on any June 12th.”

On Tuesday Manning did not look like a player who is coming back from a critical injury and a year off. He looked sharp and his passes had good movement.



http://espn.go.com/blog/afcwest/post/_/id/44888/broncos-camp-quick-hits

I don't find anything about this article interesting. Frankly, it just seems like reporting as a discipline. Thanks for posting it but please expound on anything interesting. I'm baffled. End Thread.

ppablo
06-13-2012, 05:40 AM
it's going to be a great year! Can't wait! Go Broncos!

broncocalijohn
06-13-2012, 08:22 AM
I still say don't be surprised if Binn takes Paxton's job in a cost cutting move

Wait a minute. I thought, since 2009, that we look to actually increase the payroll for long snappers to put us over the top? **** McDaniels!

Dendave
06-13-2012, 09:19 AM
If you want a cost cutting measures, maybe the rookie Brewer can win the LS job, Binn would require at least the veterans minimum, Brewer would have a rookie contract, plus I don't even see Binn on active roster, but Brewer is

http://www.denverbroncos.com/team/roster/Aaron-Brewer/59a4ce72-56be-4a74-ad12-af5df2ec4f23

Bronco Rob
06-13-2012, 11:01 AM
Peyton quickly working off the rust as Broncos kick off their minicamp


By Pete Prisco | Senior NFL Columnist June 12, 2012 8:47 PM ET



So as I settled in Tuesday to watch Manning's first minicamp practice with the Denver Broncos, the first time seeing him live in any helmet without a horseshoe on it, I had to keep reminding myself that the prime of arguably the league's greatest quarterback has come and gone.

Understanding that, I will say that there is very little difference between the version that won four MVPs and a Super Bowl with the Indianapolis Colts and the one who was running the Broncos offense Tuesday.

The casual eye wouldn't notice the differences, maybe a tweak here and tweak there in the pocket, but Manning can still make all the throws, can still read the field and can still command the huddle.

He fired a 35-yard shot to Demaryius Thomas for a touchdown Tuesday on a perfectly placed pass. But he also missed a throw that bounced off a receiver's hands into the arms of corner Tracy Porter, the same Porter who took back one of his picks for a touchdown to clinch the Saints victory over Manning's Colts in Super Bowl XLIV.

The doubters will say his passes don't have the same zip, but that's not how I saw it Tuesday. The arm looked the same. He might have to make some adjustments at times to make a deep ball throw that he might not have had to do in the past, but there's little difference to the casual eye.

"I study more film to watch my mechanics," Manning said. "I want to see if I am compensating for the arm. Am I getting a bad habit or bad mechanics because of the injury? I am comparing the prior film to this film to see."



For the rest...http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/story/19340923/peyton-working-off-the-rust-as-broncos-minicamp-commences/rss

bfoflcommish
06-13-2012, 11:19 AM
reading twitter updates sounds like manning and company are looking good today. lots of long passes

Bronco Rob
06-13-2012, 12:15 PM
Broncos' camp thoughts


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Here are some observations from Denver’s second minicamp practice being held on Wednesday:

•It’s interesting to see Peyton Manning operate in quarterback drills when they work as a group. While the other three quarterbacks worked on roll-out passes, Manning acted as a pass-rusher to simulate a game situation. It’s just one of the many ways Manning helps his team.

• Manning aired out some nice passes Wednesday as his progression continues.

• Knowshon Moreno is progressing and doing some seven-on-seven drills as he comes back from his torn ACL.

• Sixth-round pick, linebacker Danny Trevathan continues to look good. He is getting some nickel looks with the first team and could get some playing time if D.J. Williams’ six-game suspension holds up. Trevathan, a tackle machine at Kentucky, is definitely a player to keep an eye on.

• The Quinton Carter-Rahim Moore rotation at safety continued with Moore getting the first-team repetitions Wednesday. It was Carter’s turn Tuesday. Expect the rotation to continue through training camp. In the end I expect both 2011 draft choices to play a lot with free-agent addition Mike Adams.

• Running back Mario Fannin is looking solid as he tries to make the team. A touted undrafted free agent from Auburn last season, Fannin missed his rookie year with a torn ACL.

• Veteran receiver Brandon Stokley still knows how to play football. He has brilliant hands and his routes are flawless. If he can stay healthy, the 35-year-old Stokley can be the slot receiver.




http://espn.go.com/blog/afcwest/post/_/id/44945/broncos-camp-thoughts

GoHAM
06-13-2012, 12:49 PM
Where is Raphael Septien when you need him..... I'll bet hardly anyone gets this joke. It is Old School and even then you probably won't know it.

Hanging out at the local all-girls Catholic High School?

HorseHead
06-13-2012, 12:53 PM
Psyched to hear this about Trevathan and Fanin...and more importantly, how is Bill Williamson looking these days? Did those di-ks at ESPN get him on that P 90 X yet?

Rabb
06-13-2012, 12:54 PM
"Moreno's Progress"

lol

ColoradoDarin
06-13-2012, 01:22 PM
It’s interesting to see Peyton Manning operate in quarterback drills when they work as a group. While the other three quarterbacks worked on roll-out passes, Manning acted as a pass-rusher to simulate a game situation. It’s just one of the many ways Manning helps his team.


Wait....

So he *can* play DT?? Just need for him to play some gunner on ST too! Peyton's a baller!

Bronco Rob
06-13-2012, 01:30 PM
ENGLEWOOD, Co. -- More thoughts from Denver’s minicamp as well as some thoughts from around the division:

Peyton Manning looked top notch Wednesday. Observers said it was his best offseason practice that the media has been allowed to watch this offseason.

Manning was impressive in front of his former Tennessee teammate and close friend, Todd Helton, the first baseman of the Colorado Rockies. Manning and Helton have spent a lot of time together since Manning has signed with the Broncos.

New Denver cornerback Tracy Porter’s thoughts of playing opposite of sure Hall of Famer Champ Bailey: “I’m in awe of playing with Champ.” By the way, Porter looks good and the Bailey-Porter combination should be a good one.




http://espn.go.com/blog/afcwest/post/_/id/44951/more-minicamp-chatter

broncobum6162
06-13-2012, 01:47 PM
Thanks for the updates B-Rob. To address some posts above;

Binn is no longer with the team, replaced by the 235lb Aaron Brewer.
McCoy was a crappy QB Coach that failed miserably and should have already been replaced at O-Coordinator. Gase does a good job keeping dry towels ready during rainy games, but I don't expect him to be any better coaching Weber and Oswalt this year than he was with our receivers.
I say hire the 73yr old Moore tomorrow, give McCoy a swift kick in the azz for how bad he sucked the last couple years, then tell Gase to take a lot of notes on how to prepare, handle and teach QBs if he is interested in the OC job after Manning and Moore.

Sounds good to me!:strong:

BroncoMan4ever
06-13-2012, 01:52 PM
If you want a cost cutting measures, maybe the rookie Brewer can win the LS job, Binn would require at least the veterans minimum, Brewer would have a rookie contract, plus I don't even see Binn on active roster, but Brewer is

http://www.denverbroncos.com/team/roster/Aaron-Brewer/59a4ce72-56be-4a74-ad12-af5df2ec4f23

that's who i meant. i forgot all about Binn from last year and just assumed he was the UDFA we brought in and not Brewer. don't really take too much notice of undrafted long snappers.

BroncoMan4ever
06-13-2012, 01:54 PM
Broncos' camp thoughts


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- Here are some observations from Denver’s second minicamp practice being held on Wednesday:

•It’s interesting to see Peyton Manning operate in quarterback drills when they work as a group. While the other three quarterbacks worked on roll-out passes, Manning acted as a pass-rusher to simulate a game situation. It’s just one of the many ways Manning helps his team.

• Manning aired out some nice passes Wednesday as his progression continues.

• Knowshon Moreno is progressing and doing some seven-on-seven drills as he comes back from his torn ACL.

• Sixth-round pick, linebacker Danny Trevathan continues to look good. He is getting some nickel looks with the first team and could get some playing time if D.J. Williams’ six-game suspension holds up. Trevathan, a tackle machine at Kentucky, is definitely a player to keep an eye on.

• The Quinton Carter-Rahim Moore rotation at safety continued with Moore getting the first-team repetitions Wednesday. It was Carter’s turn Tuesday. Expect the rotation to continue through training camp. In the end I expect both 2011 draft choices to play a lot with free-agent addition Mike Adams.

• Running back Mario Fannin is looking solid as he tries to make the team. A touted undrafted free agent from Auburn last season, Fannin missed his rookie year with a torn ACL.

• Veteran receiver Brandon Stokley still knows how to play football. He has brilliant hands and his routes are flawless. If he can stay healthy, the 35-year-old Stokley can be the slot receiver.




http://espn.go.com/blog/afcwest/post/_/id/44945/broncos-camp-thoughts

i am really pulling for Fannin this offseason. i just feel his measurables and speed/soze combination could make for a great offensive weapon for the team. plus hopefully we can upgrade from the Ball/Moreno mediocrity.

elsid13
06-13-2012, 02:24 PM
Go Cougs! ;)

Wrong Leach. Try go Tribe instead.

Drunken.Broncoholic
06-13-2012, 02:30 PM
Fanin is gonna surprise many. He will for sure make the team if he doesn't get hurt this time around.

Kaylore
06-13-2012, 02:33 PM
So Taco has posted in this thread, and Bronco Rob has posted at least five articles in their entirety. Did Taco reverse his policy on posting content from other locations?

Bronco Rob
06-13-2012, 03:11 PM
"Moreno's Progress"

lol



:thumbs:

Shananahan
06-13-2012, 03:37 PM
If you're going to rename a thread, rename it something that encompasses all of the updates you're going to include and leave it that way.

pricejj
06-13-2012, 03:51 PM
Yeah, leave out the updates in the thread title. It was cool during the pursuit of Manning, because there was so much cross-chatter, it was difficult to see the latest news...

...but on a minicamp update thread? Not so good. Each post has updates. The thread title shouldn't have updates.

chickennob2
06-13-2012, 06:25 PM
i am really pulling for Fannin this offseason. i just feel his measurables and speed/soze combination could make for a great offensive weapon for the team. plus hopefully we can upgrade from the Ball/Moreno mediocrity.

Soze? Like Keyser? Dude, I'd take any combination involving soze.

DENVERDUI55
06-13-2012, 06:45 PM
I wonder if Moreno's progress means he isn't falling off the stationary bike?

baja
06-13-2012, 06:51 PM
Every year I hold out hope this will be the year Moreno will put it all together. I am gonna give him this one last season. Kid has shown flashes.

BroncoMan4ever
06-13-2012, 07:09 PM
Soze? Like Keyser? Dude, I'd take any combination involving soze.

****ing cell phone keyboard screwing up my spelling!

Bigdawg26
06-13-2012, 08:29 PM
Fanin is gonna surprise many. He will for sure make the team if he doesn't get hurt this time around.

Yeah I think Fannin is going to make the rotation.

extralife
06-13-2012, 09:14 PM
I think it would do an awful lot for this defense if Trevathan turned into a player.

Bacchus
06-13-2012, 09:28 PM
Well, I think Bronco Rob is doing a fabulous job!!

http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRVexf2g8XKjtzv1POkLmdczKuQpX0-To8d27MFgKLfettvnF06


keep up the articles, saves me the work!!!!

Bronco Rob
06-14-2012, 04:27 AM
Well, I think Bronco Rob is doing a fabulous job!!

http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRVexf2g8XKjtzv1POkLmdczKuQpX0-To8d27MFgKLfettvnF06


keep up the articles, saves me the work!!!!



:thumbs:

CEH
06-14-2012, 05:40 AM
After screwing the pooch and losing your "inside the ropes" access to the Broncos by calling Bowlen a gutless drunk posting articles seems so trivial

Keep up the good work BR

Bronco Rob
06-14-2012, 07:55 AM
Peyton Manning at Broncos practice looking tip-top with passes



And during the no-huddle, 11-on-11 portion of practice Tuesday, Manning was never better, at least not since he was felled by a neck injury last season.

"I'll take it," Manning said. "I appreciate that."

He zinged medium-range crossing patterns to tight end Jacob Tamme and he nailed deep go-routes to each side of the field, one to Eric Decker, the other to Demaryius Thomas.

"It probably was (his best)," Thomas said.



http://www.denverpost.com/broncos/ci_20848905/peyton-manning-at-broncos-practice-looking-tip-top

Bronco Rob
06-14-2012, 08:23 AM
AN INTERESTING ONLOOKER


The Indianapolis Colts Offensive Coordinator from 1998 to 2010 was in attendance at Dove Valley the last two days.

Tom Moore, who coached quarterback Peyton Manning and the Colts offense for more than a decade, watched practice and offered his insight.

“He’s got great wisdom and he knows Peyton probably as well as anybody," Head Coach John Fox said. "He's just been around the game so long so he’s been a great help to really everybody—offense, defense and special teams.

Fox called Moore a “very close personal friend” and a “very wise, very good football coach.”

“All the coaches made (the players) aware that Tom was here,” Fox continued. “I wasn’t keeping track of everybody who walked up to him, but if they’re smart, they’ll try to go grab a little piece of wisdom.”



http://www.denverbroncos.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/Notebook-Corners-Pleased-with-Progress/a3da623d-afb7-4452-96c6-18a380c4ba6a

Bronco Rob
06-14-2012, 11:38 AM
<iframe width="560" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/EqzWADtYdBU" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>




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cutthemdown
06-14-2012, 11:42 AM
Sure hearing Tamme name a lot. My fantasy league moving from 3 wr, to 2 wr and a TE. You could always play a TE but didn't have to. Tamme could be a great pick but the problem is I doubt he's a sleeper by the draft. Tamme is going to be top 10 in TE points I bet.

cutthemdown
06-14-2012, 11:45 AM
If Kuper makes the team? Did I hear that right? How long before he can practice?

Bronco Rob
06-14-2012, 04:02 PM
If Kuper makes the team? Did I hear that right? How long before he can practice?



He should be back by training camp.

snowspot66
06-14-2012, 04:50 PM
If Kuper makes the team? Did I hear that right? How long before he can practice?

Considering his contract it's a fairly safe bet I'd imagine.

KipCorrington25
06-14-2012, 06:27 PM
D-Mac claims he lost a ****load of weight I'd hate to see the 'before' pictures.

FantomForce
06-14-2012, 09:36 PM
update on Moreno, he is not hurt yet.........

Bronco Rob
06-15-2012, 09:29 AM
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - What Tom Moore saw this week was oh, so familiar. Short or long, the throws were potent and precise, smacking sternums with both authority and a loud thwack.

Peyton Manning is most certainly back.

The Denver Broncos wrapped up their three-day minicamp that capped their offseason work Thursday with another spirited practice marked by precision and power from their new 36-year-old quarterback.

On hand as a guest all week was Moore, Manning's offensive coordinator for all but one season when the two were in Indianapolis.

"Watching these three days, he looked excellent to me," said Moore.

Manning has shown no ill effects of the nerve issue that caused weakness in his throwing arm last year, required four neck operations, forced him to miss the entire 2011 season and led to his release from the Colts.

The biggest free agent in NFL history looks better and better every day as he regains strength and adjusts to his new team.

"We don't think about the injury anymore," said receiver Brandon Stokley, who played with Manning in Indianapolis. "And I'm not sure he does, either."

Manning said he wishes he could have tripled the 13 offseason practices they were allowed to hold, but he cherished the time nonetheless.

Over the last two months, he's shown both himself and John Elway, who recruited him to this quarterback-crazed town, that he still has plenty left in his right arm that has thrown for 54,828 yards and 399 touchdowns and hoisted a Super Bowl trophy.

Manning averaged 42 passes a game in his last full season, in 2010, but the Broncos don't plan on having him air it out that much. They're meshing some of the power formations they used in leading the league in rushing last year with some of the spread formations that Manning was accustomed to running in Indianapolis.

The reconstruction of both quarterback and offense appears to be going very well, indeed. Manning has given the Broncos no reason to hold back once training camp rolls around, offensive coordinator Mike McCoy said.


NOTES: Moore, 73, who was a consultant with the Jets last year, had his right knee replaced in the spring and will have his left one fixed in August. "So, next season I'd like to coach again," he said. "I'll be in good shape."




http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/47822295/ns/sports-nfl/

bronco militia
06-15-2012, 09:42 AM
"After that, maybe next year, I'd like to get back into coaching," said Moore, 73. "I miss it. It's fun. It's my life, but I had to get my knees taken care of first. Maybe next year it would work out."

Asked if reuniting with Manning in Denver could be a possibility down the road, Moore said: "No, he's got plenty of good coaches here."


Read more: Guest at Denver Broncos minicamp very familiar with Peyton Manning - The Denver Post http://www.denverpost.com/broncos/ci_20843946/guest-at-denver-broncos-minicamp-very-familiar-peyton#ixzz1xsgGeVtr
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baja
06-15-2012, 09:55 AM
"After that, maybe next year, I'd like to get back into coaching," said Moore, 73. "I miss it. It's fun. It's my life, but I had to get my knees taken care of first. Maybe next year it would work out."

Asked if reuniting with Manning in Denver could be a possibility down the road, Moore said: "No, he's got plenty of good coaches here."


Read more: Guest at Denver Broncos minicamp very familiar with Peyton Manning - The Denver Post http://www.denverpost.com/broncos/ci_20843946/guest-at-denver-broncos-minicamp-very-familiar-peyton#ixzz1xsgGeVtr
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Good read. Thanks BM.

bronco militia
06-15-2012, 10:00 AM
Good read. Thanks BM.

I always stick with the local guys...

Shananahan
06-15-2012, 10:20 AM
Why do you insist on renaming the thread every time there is an update?

Drunken.Broncoholic
06-15-2012, 11:19 AM
If this is a successful season some team will hire McCoy as their HC. Opening the door for Tom moore. The "plenty of good coaches" comment is 100% politically correct. No need to ruffle up waves right now.

Irish Stout
06-15-2012, 11:33 AM
D-Mac claims he lost a ****load of weight I'd hate to see the 'before' pictures.

Thats what I thought. He's always pitching slimgenics and claiming to be a climbing and running nut... but really it looks like he is mostly into eating deep dish pizzas. He also looks like he is 45.

FireFly
06-16-2012, 05:25 AM
Why do you insist on renaming the thread every time there is an update?

I like that the thread gets renamed! When it changes names I know there's something worth checking in it!:pimp::thumbsup:

CEH
06-16-2012, 07:01 AM
Would would really be cool is to reverse the post count from ascending to descending for these types of thread.

Then it would act as a new thread

DenverBound
06-16-2012, 07:06 AM
Why do you insist on renaming the thread every time there is an update?

Why do you insist on being a ****ing dick head? Stfu.

Gcver2ver3
06-16-2012, 08:43 AM
I like that the thread gets renamed! When it changes names I know there's something worth checking in it!:pimp::thumbsup:

The problem is i can't tell the thread has been renamed... i think its a unique thread and when i click to read it i see old articles... i then have to sift through a bunch of posts until i find the article i was looking for... its kind of annoying but i do apreciate robs article contributions... i just personally prefer it be a new thread for a new article...

baja
06-16-2012, 08:52 AM
The problem is i can't tell the thread has been renamed... i think its a unique thread and when i click to read it i see old articles... i then have to sift through a bunch of posts until i find the article i was looking for... its kind of annoying but i do apreciate robs article contributions... i just personally prefer it be a new thread for a new article...

If you always click on the "next new post" button located left of the thread title you will be taken to the first post in the selected thread unread by you.

Shananahan
06-16-2012, 10:26 AM
The problem is i can't tell the thread has been renamed... i think its a unique thread and when i click to read it i see old articles... i then have to sift through a bunch of posts until i find the article i was looking for... its kind of annoying but i do apreciate robs article contributions... i just personally prefer it be a new thread for a new article...
Yeah. I like the updates and contributions, I'm just programmed to instantly open a thread with a new title on the first page. Name the thread something all-encompassing and post the articles as they come; people will read them. Or maybe, if you have to change the title, just include something like 'Updated 6/15' after the original. Seems obvious.

Somebody please give DenverBound a hug for me.

TheReverend
06-16-2012, 10:57 AM
After screwing the pooch and losing your "inside the ropes" access to the Broncos by calling Bowlen a gutless drunk posting articles seems so trivial

Keep up the good work BR

That wasn't him...

Gcver2ver3
06-16-2012, 11:39 AM
Yeah. I like the updates and contributions, I'm just programmed to instantly open a thread with a new title on the first page. Name the thread something all-encompassing and post the articles as they come; people will read them. Or maybe, if you have to change the title, just include something like 'Updated 6/15' after the original. Seems obvious.

Agreed...

Bronco Rob
06-16-2012, 05:41 PM
Agreed...




:thumbs:

CEH
06-17-2012, 05:10 AM
That wasn't him...

I know. I was referring to the "collective managment" in general