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Old 08-05-2013, 11:38 AM   #976
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How about some good news on the offensive line? Chris Kuper is doing running drills w team strength and conditioning coach Luke Richesson.
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Old 08-05-2013, 11:57 AM   #977
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it's short for praxis...
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Old 08-05-2013, 12:56 PM   #978
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Is that all the info for today?
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Old 08-05-2013, 01:01 PM   #979
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Is that all the info for today?
Yep... it's over till the reports roll in.


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X-rays were negative on right tackle Orlando Franklin's bruised hip -- he should be fine

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Looks like all the #Broncos that went out during camp today @OFranklin74 & @tonycarter904 are good
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Old 08-05-2013, 01:11 PM   #980
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X-rays were negative on right tackle Orlando Franklin's bruised hip -- he should be fine

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Looks like all the #Broncos that went out during camp today @OFranklin74 & @tonycarter904 are good

Nothin a little cream and clear cant handle...
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Old 08-05-2013, 01:12 PM   #981
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Old 08-05-2013, 01:35 PM   #982
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Denver's OL is a freaking mess. This could really keep this team from being something great if the injury bug doesn't go away.
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Old 08-05-2013, 01:37 PM   #983
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Old 08-05-2013, 01:42 PM   #984
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Old 08-05-2013, 01:54 PM   #985
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So here's some stuff I saw today:

Hillman & Ball rotated with starters. I noticed Ball splitting wide, didn't notice Hillman ever lining up wide. In pass-blocking, I saw Woodyard get past Ball pretty easily, and then Hillman stone Von, to applause from the crowd. I saw Hillman get outside pretty easily.

I saw the promise of Julius Thomas. I believe the hype. He got a lot of time with the ones... a lot. I saw Julius moving around - not just in-line. I saw him in the backfield and I saw him split out wide. I saw lots of 2TE sets w/ Welker on the sideline - Green being the other TE. I did see Tamme dressed, but didn't notice him playing.

I saw Nacho become a crowd favorite. He came out whooping, and the crowd whooped back. It was fun. I also saw Nacho slice through for a tackle behind the line in goal line work.

I saw Manning looking crisp, and coaching players around him from the QB position.

It was a lot of fun, and great weather.
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Old 08-05-2013, 02:50 PM   #986
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During a red zone drill, safety Duke Ihenacho had a leaping breakup of a pass from quarterback Peyton Manning intended for tight end Julius Thomas in the corner of the end zone. Linebacker Wesley Woodyard sprinted over to slap hands with the second-year safety and congratulate him.

Later in the drill, fellow safety Rahim Moore broke up a pass in the end zone as well, helping to keep the offense scoreless during that portion of the period.

Wide receiver Andre Caldwell had a pair of long catches -- one during seven-on-sevens when he sprinted down the sideline and hauled in a Manning pass and another during full-team drills.

Manning hit Decker on a deep pass where the receiver turned around and snatched the ball in front of cornerback Omar Bolden. Later in team drills, Decker went low to make a shoestring catch of a Manning pass.

Cornerback Aaron Hester broke up a pass in the end zone intended for wide receiver Tavarres King, which drew raucous cheers from the defensive sideline.

During one-on-ones between corners and receivers, wide receiver Kemonte' Bateman leaped and made a catch in the back of the end zone over cornerback Nigel Malone using just his fingertips, coming down for the touchdown from quarterback Brock Osweiler.

Also in one-on-ones, Demaryius Thomas reached back to haul in a pass with Champ Bailey right on his shoulder.

Julius Thomas made a catch just past Ihenacho, who was in tight coverage, during seven-on-sevens.

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Old 08-05-2013, 03:06 PM   #987
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i enjoy reading about highlight plays that happen during camp but i wish there was more analysis as it relates to what is really important about camp: player development, position battles, etc.
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Old 08-05-2013, 03:38 PM   #988
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Denver's OL is a freaking mess. This could really keep this team from being something great if the injury bug doesn't go away.
I'm not particularly worried yet. I think Lilja will end up giving us roughly the same quality of play as Koppen did last year, and everyone else should be healthy by the start of the season. Then again I've long thought our line is a bit overrated, and even if they were fully healthy they still wouldn't hold a candle to the rest of our offense.

Just keep in mind that Manning and the ZBS both tend to make lines look better than they are, and we have both.
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I'm not particularly worried yet. I think Lilja will end up giving us roughly the same quality of play as Koppen did last year, and everyone else should be healthy by the start of the season. Then again I've long thought our line is a bit overrated, and even if they were fully healthy they still wouldn't hold a candle to the rest of our offense.

Just keep in mind that Manning and the ZBS both tend to make lines look better than they are, and we have both.

Where the weakness will show is goal line situations.
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Where the weakness will show is goal line situations.
We shall see. Manning with all those targets is going to be tough to defend if the defense sells out against the run in those situations, and if Ball is half the redzone back in the NFL that he was in college he'll be very hard to stop unless the defense sells out, even with a potentially mediocre line. That combo has the potential to be a nightmare.
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Five Thoughts from Camp Day 12

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Old 08-05-2013, 04:38 PM   #992
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I'm not particularly worried yet. I think Lilja will end up giving us roughly the same quality of play as Koppen did last year, and everyone else should be healthy by the start of the season. Then again I've long thought our line is a bit overrated, and even if they were fully healthy they still wouldn't hold a candle to the rest of our offense.

Just keep in mind that Manning and the ZBS both tend to make lines look better than they are, and we have both.
Both T's are hurt, C is an unknown although I expect Lilja to do just fine. It is a concern we all should be a bit worried about.
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Both T's are hurt, C is an unknown although I expect Lilja to do just fine. It is a concern we all should be a bit worried about.
I'd rather both tackles take it slow and be ready healthy and rested come week 1. Santanio Holmes had the right idea. Pull up limp to avoid really getting hurt.
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Both T's are hurt, C is an unknown although I expect Lilja to do just fine. It is a concern we all should be a bit worried about.
Worrying is pointless. Besides, all indications are that Franklin's injury was minor, and Clady should be back soon.
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We shall see. Manning with all those targets is going to be tough to defend if the defense sells out against the run in those situations, and if Ball is half the redzone back in the NFL that he was in college he'll be very hard to stop unless the defense sells out, even with a potentially mediocre line. That combo has the potential to be a nightmare.
I actually think the O line will be fine, I'm just saying if we are going to have a problem it will be in the red zone.
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I actually think the O line will be fine, I'm just saying if we are going to have a problem it will be in the red zone.
My thoughts as well. People got on the rbs for short yardage failure last year but i think it was pretty obviously a line problem when there is nowhere to run to begin with.
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Old 08-05-2013, 06:55 PM   #997
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i enjoy reading about highlight plays that happen during camp but i wish there was more analysis as it relates to what is really important about camp: player development, position battles, etc.
Ok people, no more posting updates and observations unless it includes analysis and full depth breakdown of player development!

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Sorry not trying to be a dick to you, just this is a pet peeve of mine. Any information is good information especially since none of these posts are part of a paid position or anything and people are doing the rest of the site a favor.
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Cecil's report from today

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Where the weakness will show is goal line situations.
Pull Beadles behind Franklin, just like we do every night Pinky.
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I'm looking forward to a report. You and Socal set the standard years ago. Can't wait.
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