|04-02-2007, 04:26 AM||#1|
Join Date: Apr 2006
Offseason program starts today
By Bill Williamson
Denver Post Staff Writer
The Broncos will assemble as a team today for this first time since January to begin their offseason conditioning program.
The program runs until early July, with football-related camps mixed in as well. Training camp begins in late July.
Most of the eight new players Denver signed as free agents or traded for in the past month will be there. New right cornerback Dré Bly is expected to sign his five-year contract today.
Free-agent guard Cooper Carlisle is set to visit Tampa Bay tonight. He has visited Seattle. Oakland and Miami also are interested. Coach Mike Shanahan has said the Broncos are interested in bringing back Carlisle, but it appears he is headed elsewhere. Defensive tackle Michael Myers is Denver's only other unrestricted free agent. He hasn't had any visits.