On Day 2 of #Broncos OTAs (closed to media), rookie RB @MonteeBall spent time after practice working one-on-one with Peyton Manning.
Von Miller said he's working to improve his conditioning so he can stay on the field every snap. Wants to be in shape to play offense too.
Woodyard said he talked to current crop of undrafted players. Said they were surprised to learn he wasn't drafted either.
Del Rio singled out Derek Wolfe as a player, along w/ Woodyard and Bailey, who will be a defensive leader.
Harris: "(Welker) is one of the best slot receivers, and I think I'm one of the best slot corners."
Harris said he went against Welker "a lot" today in OTAs
Harris says the CB "boot camp" he went through in Dallas helped him become more "technically sound." Added 5 lbs. this year, he says
Von Miller thinks Derek Wolfe "is going to have an amazing year" this year. Miller says he probably took 3-4 sacks from Wolfe in '12
Woodyard says Irving "is learning" to be a vocal leader. Woodyard adds he's "taken a back seat" to let Irving make calls during OTAs.
Del Rio on DTs: Vickerson "needs to play better." Knighton "needs to play better." Williams "has got a ways to go" but "is a quick learner."
Del Rio, on Terrance Knighton: "I refer to him as a dancing-bear type," because he has light feet & can "go sideline to sideline."
Del Rio, on Derek Wolfe: "It (his rookie season) is not enough for him. He wants more."
Del Rio: Pressure must come from all areas. "If you spend too much time (blocking) Von, we're going to try to hit you from the backside."
Von is pretty funny talking about playing offense. Says he can't throw. Also MORE praise for d Wolfe. He's already A leader. Man, u can't find somebody to not HiGHLY praise Wolfe. Von not really a rah rah guy on field
Del Rio on phillips. Where he fits - he will compete at linebacker and d end. He will be on field with Von