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CHANGES FOR FANS DURING 2014 TRAINING CAMP
Due to construction at the club’s training facility, the Broncos are unable to host public training camp practices at Dove Valley in 2014.
In order to accommodate fans for training camp, however, the team will hold three open practices at Sports Authority Field at Mile High that include free admission and free parking. The final practice will be the Broncos’ annual Summer Scrimmage and features expanded programming and activities for fans to enjoy.
Training camp will run from Thursday, July 24 through Friday, Aug. 15. Click here for a full schedule of practices at Dove Valley.
The times and dates of the open practices at the stadium are listed below.*
*Practice times and dates are subject to change without notice
Sunday, July 27
11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Wednesday, July 30
11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Saturday, August 2
11 a.m. (scrimmage)
Details for the second stadium practice (Wednesday, July 30) are as follows:
The Broncos are encouraging fans to arrive early and utilize carpools and public transportation to get to the stadium. Sports Authority Field at Mile High is served by both the Sports Authority Field at Mile High light rail station and the Decatur-Federal station located south of the stadium adjacent to parking lot M. The Decatur-Federal station is part of the West Corridor Light Rail and is a walk of approximately 10 minutes to the stadium. All light rail riders should purchase a round-trip ticket at your initial boarding station to avoid delays after the practice.
Admission and parking for the event are free. All public stadium lots will open at 8 a.m.; however, lots are expected to fill up quickly. Free overflow parking will be located in the Auraria Campus parking lots. Gates will open at 10 a.m.
Please see below for other reminders and fan information for Wednesday’s practice:
* - Parking in the neighborhood streets surrounding Sports Authority Field at Mile High is strictly prohibited (Guests who park in the neighborhoods surrounding Sports Authority Field at Mile High are subject to citation and tow by the City of Denver’s Right of Way and Permit Enforcement Division).
* - Fans are encouraged to arrive early to avoid delays entering the stadium as a large crowd is expected. Nearly 45,000 fans attended last season’s open practice at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
* - Entry to the stadium will be through Gates 4, 8, 9 & 10.
* - The NFL bag policy will be in effect for Sunday’s practice. Bags must be clear and no larger than 12” x 6” x 12”. Non-alcoholic beverages in plastic bottles that are still factory sealed are permitted through stadium gates.* - Seating for the practice is general admission. Fans will be directed to the seating areas of the stadium that will be open.
More than 9,200 fans watched the Broncos practice at Sports Authority Field Wednesday, despite soggy conditions.
Peyton Manning said despite the wet conditions, the Broncos had a productive practice Wednesday at Sports Authority Field.
Chris Harris Jr. meets the media after his first practice since being taken off the PUP list.
Jacob Tamme and Manny Ramirez talk about open practice in the rain.
Marvin Austin is on his fourth team in four seasons. With the quickness and power he's showing, he's making a case to stick on the 53-man roster.
The Broncos faced wet and slippery conditions on Wednesday as they practiced on a rain-soaked Sports Authority Field.
Day 7’s highlights including a big catch from Cody Latimer and an interception from Kayvon Webster.
Chris Harris Jr. was back at practice on Wednesday, donning full gear for the first time since his injury against the Chargers in January.
Cornerback Kayvon Webster had a big day in the rain at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
The All-Pro linebacker is making progress each day, inching the Broncos’ defense closer to being whole again.
Cody Latimer has stood tall among the rookies, but the quality at receiver makes extensive first-team work a stretch, notes Andrew Mason in his first mailbag.
Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. passed his physical and was activated from the PUP list on Tuesday.
Defensive end Derek Wolfe has been wreaking havoc in the backfield so far during camp. Back up to nearly 300 pounds, he looks better than ever.
With the second open practice of training camp tomorrow, Jim Saccomano reflects on having fans at camp and their different backgrounds.
Demaryius Thomas missed the first four days of camp for his grandmother’s funeral. But he is back at the facilities and happy to be back playing football.
Monday's "live" short-yardage drills had players on both sides fired up, leading to some big hits and heated competition.
Practice got intense Monday, as tempers boiled over into three short-lived scuffles.
Defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson is using the Broncos’ Super Bowl loss as motivation as he prepares for the 2014 season and continues rehabbing his hip.
Day 5's highlights included a big day from undrafted rookie Kenny Anunike and some big plays from Emmanuel Sanders.