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  • SoCalBronco
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    Originally posted by baja View Post
    Training camp starts in 5 days

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  • baja
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    Training camp starts in 5 days

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  • Kevin8Nine
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    Originally posted by Kaylore View Post
    No. There are no practices open to the public this year, but normally training camp is free and open to the public.

    You should probably show up early because it's first come first serve for seating. An hour early will give you a decent seat.

    You're right next to the players and you get to see ALL of them in action. Even the ones that aren't ready to start yet. This makes it the one time you can see how well or poorly each player is playing. There are people who fly out to training camp, so it may worth a drive.

    Don't bring young children.

    And don't mention "terrible tangerines" or you'll be beaten by a mob.
    No Treacherous Tangerines got it.

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  • pricejj
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    I went to one of the first three days of training camp when Von was a rookie. Seeing that dude work in pass rushing drills was awesome to behold. He had so many moves and he was so fast it was ridiculous.

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  • Paladin
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    Originally posted by DenverBound View Post
    ABSOLUTELY! Just make sure you do it THIS year!
    !!!! Practices are NOT open to public this year. Should be great next year.

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  • Kaylore
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    Originally posted by Kevin8Nine View Post
    Curious about something....

    Does it cost money to go to the practice?

    Is it worth showing up early? and how early?

    Is it worth the trouble of driving up from the springs?
    No. There are no practices open to the public this year, but normally training camp is free and open to the public.

    You should probably show up early because it's first come first serve for seating. An hour early will give you a decent seat.

    You're right next to the players and you get to see ALL of them in action. Even the ones that aren't ready to start yet. This makes it the one time you can see how well or poorly each player is playing. There are people who fly out to training camp, so it may worth a drive.

    Don't bring young children.

    And don't mention "terrible tangerines" or you'll be beaten by a mob.

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  • DenverBound
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    Originally posted by Kevin8Nine View Post
    Curious about something....

    Does it cost money to go to the practice?

    Is it worth showing up early? and how early?

    Is it worth the trouble of driving up from the springs?
    ABSOLUTELY! Just make sure you do it THIS year!

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  • Kevin8Nine
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    Curious about something....

    Does it cost money to go to the practice?

    Is it worth showing up early? and how early?

    Is it worth the trouble of driving up from the springs?

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  • Kaylore
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    I saw this video last night. I didn't realize they're re-doing all of Dove Valley, not just the new indoor facility and the field. I'm excited about the new pavilion for fans to sit and watch practice. It will be more open and fit more so anyone will be able to get a good view.

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  • delany
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    Looks nice. Not Oregon University nice...but nice.

    http://www.si.com/college-football/v...otball-complex

    http://www.businessinsider.com/new-o...-photos-2013-7

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  • 24champ
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    Originally posted by SoCalBronco View Post
    This was first asked for about 7-8 years ago and was denied at the time. I'm glad he finally got around to it. Its about time
    Well, he quit drinking and that led to a big spike in team revenue which in turn allowed it to fund projects like this.

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  • baja
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    Originally posted by SoCalBronco View Post
    This was first asked for about 7-8 years ago and was denied at the time. I'm glad he finally got around to it. Its about time
    Wonder if that $250,000 video setup McD just had to have was Shiit canned?

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  • baja
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    Originally posted by 24champ View Post
    Looks like Jack Del Rio must ride his bike to work with that bike in his office.
    It's the dry waller's bike see the dry wall mud on it.

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  • SoCalBronco
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    Originally posted by baja View Post
    Because Pat Bowlen is cheap right So Cal.
    This was first asked for about 7-8 years ago and was denied at the time. I'm glad he finally got around to it. Its about time

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  • bpc
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    Wasn't the reason Mike Shanahan was fired began with the beef he and Bowlen got into when Mike relayed that we need a new training facility replacing Pat's commemorative version for his father? I recall that being the case but could be wrong.

    Either way, facility looks nice. We should bring back Mike to be our running game coordinator.

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