Healthy Thomas is one reason Broncos' offense can improve (Tom Pelissero, USA Today)
Of the reasons to believe the Denver Broncos' offense can improve this season, regardless of who's playing quarterback, a healthy Demaryius Thomas belongs near the top of the list.
Broncos' quarterbacks shine in first joint practice with 49ers (Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post)
Simply put: The 49ers don't have the NFL's leading defense, which makes them a better gauge for the Broncos' offense-in-transition.
Broncos, Breckenridge Brewery team up for beer: United in Orange pale ale (Joe Nguyen, Denver Post)
"We wanted to add some team spirit to it, so something using orange would be great for the Broncos," Usry said.
Undrafted rookie making a name for himself on Broncos' defensive line (Sam Cowhick, BSNDenver.com)
"Most definitely," Peko told BSN Denver when asked about the defensive line's urgency after recent events. "It is time to grow up from college and make a name for myself. There are some big time injuries right now, and I'm sure they are getting better as we speak, but everybody just needs to kick it in gear."
"It's hard to find many holes": Harris Jr. bullish on Broncos' secondary depth (Andre Simone, BSNDenver.com)
With the shutout performance by a defense that created turnovers and seldom allowed first downs, even a consummate perfectionist like Harris struggled to find many areas that needed improvement.
More friars and a rat tail: Broncos rookies get annual horrible haircuts (Courtney Schellin, ESPN.com)
Ward also posted one of the masterpieces he created on defensive back John Tidwell's head: "No Fly" was shaved onto his scalp, referencing the secondary's "No Fly Zone" nickname.
Frito Pie and other new menu items you'll find at Broncos games this season (Sara Grant, Denver Post)
Save room for dessert? New sweet options include Broncos helmet sundaes and nitro root beer floats.
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Broncos Training Camp Takeaways: Day 21 (Andrew Mason, DenverBroncos.com)
One of the best aspects of working with the 49ers this week is in the work the offense gets on its communication.* *
Tom Pelissero offers thoughts on 2016 expectations for Broncos (Caroline Deisley)
USA Today NFL writer and Sirius XM host Tom Pelissero has been covering the NFL since 2003. He stopped by the Broncos training camp this week to get a look at the reigning Super Bowl champions and took a few minutes to offer his thoughts on the 2016 Broncos.