Annual NFL Training Camp Tour Begins — and It's already In Jeopardy (Peter King, Football Morning in America)
Miller, suddenly 30, has always had a get-off stance similar to Lawrence Taylor's, one foot back, leaning forward, threatening the inside but usually going outside, so you have to respect both.
Lesson learned: Broncos' Courtland Sutton intends to apply rookie year experience to become elite in 2019 (Ryan O'Halloran, Denver Post)
"Obviously, we think a lot of Courtland," general manager John Elway said. "We think there's a lot there and he's only scratched the surface of what we think he can do."
Broncos training camp rewind, Day 4: Early-practice penalties irk coach Vic Fangio (Ryan O'Halloran, Denver Post)
Fangio, on the conditioning progress of camp: "One of the big things about training camp is you have to get calloused to play NFL football. Some of that started to form today, being it the second day in pads, the fourth day in a row. It's like the guy that swings the sledgehammer out at construction. The first few days, he has blisters and his shoulders are sore. And then by Week 2 or 3, he's all good to go. That's kind of what we're working through."
Broncos big receiver Tim Patrick ready to grow in second season (Mike Klis, KUSA)
"That's what I do, I beat man coverage," Patrick said. "That's fun. That gets you going. Get the ball, catch it, get your swag right so when you get out there on team (11 on 11) and 7 on 7 you're ready to go."
Justin Simmons could get the biggest 'Fangio bump' in 2019 (Cecil Lammey, 104.3 The Fan)
Well, it means that the quality talent already on the roster will get a boost from their new head coach (and long-time defensive guru) Vic Fangio.