Off-season program was time of discovery for Broncos’ offensive coaches (Ryan O'Halloran, The Denver Post)
“When we come back for fall camp, we can hone in on the plays and schemes that are best-tailored to the personnel we have and (quarterback Joe Flacco’s) strengths and everyone’s strengths. I’m excited about that,” Scangarello said. “Now we have a bit of direction so we can tighten it up.”
Denver Broncos Safety Continues Giving Back To Philadelphia, Hosts 1st Annual Will Parks Football Camp (Alyssa Adams, CBS Philadelphia)
North Philadelphia native and Denver Broncos safety Will Parks has made using his platform to give back to his community a top priority since making his NFL debut.
As he prepares for the upcoming NFL season, Parks took time out of his offseason training to host the first annual Will Parks Football Camp at the Benjamin L. Johnson Stadium from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday.
NFL Look-Ahead: Which new faces in new places will have biggest impact? (Ryan O'Halloran and Kyle Fredrickson, The Denver Post)
Question: Let’s start with the receiver and edge-rusher trade market. Who will have the bigger season: Beckham with Cleveland, or Brown with Oakland, or Ford with San Francisco, or Clark with Kansas City?
Fredrickson: The receiving question is a no-brainer considering the quarterbacks in play. The promise of Baker Mayfield in Cleveland greatly outweighs the Derek Carr reclamation project in Oakland. That should allow Beckham to put up huge numbers even with teammate Jarvis Landry’s high catch rate. It is a bit tougher picking better production between edge rushers, but I’ll side with Clark over Ford, if only because Clark posted on Twitter he played at 60 percent health last season with multiple elbow injuries. The guy still racked up 13 sacks. Imagine what Clark might do at 100 percent this season.