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Broncos, Briefly: Monday, July 23, 2018

The most memorable Broncos training camp in Greeley was the second one, in 1983. John Elway's rookie camp at UNC ran from July 12 to Aug. 18, or through preparation for the third exhibition game. Amid an escalating Denver newspaper war, there was no such thing as excessive Elway coverage.

Projecting the Broncos' initial 53-man roster (Ryan O'Halloran, The Denver Post)

This position group has the potential to look much different in 2019. Sutton and Hamilton will get a valuable year of seasoning as they learn how Thomas and Sanders win matchups on a week-to-week basis. We put McKenzie on the roster – even if he does not win the punt return job – over Carlos Henderson. Taylor's hip surgeries are expected to keep him out until next month so his health could change the roster math or create a spot for Henderson.

He's smaller than a running back the Broncos took in the seventh round, but Philip Lindsey is a hometown player - and was gifted a signing bonus that's tied with the most the organization has ever given an undrafted free agent.

2018 Broncos training camp: Paul Klee's 5 burning questions (Paul Klee, Colorado Springs Gazette)

Here's a hunch the breakout star of this training camp arrives earlier than expected — Courtland Sutton, the 6-foot-3, 220-pound rookie wide receiver from Southern Methodist.

Fans hoping to snag half-priced tickets to Broncos homes games this season must pre-register by Monday night.

Questions and answers for fans interested in attending Broncos training camp.

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