Chubb feels 'butterflies' as Bronco rookies report Tuesday (Mike Klis, 9NEWS)
Chubb is the most heralded of the Broncos' promising rookie class. Second-round receiver Courtland Sutton also comes with high expectations. Like Chubb, Sutton was among several Broncos players who participated in a back-to-school shopping spree for kids Monday at King Soopers here.
Broncos Briefs: DL Clinton McDonald feels "100 percent" after missing offseason program (Ryan O'Halloran, The Denver Post)_ Broncos defensive lineman Clinton McDonald expects to pass a physical Tuesday and be available for Saturday's start of training camp practices_
Shane Ray avoids surgery, might return by 2018 start (Herbie Teope, NFL.com)
Ray, who was originally expected to undergo surgery on his wrist, did not require the procedure after a doctor determined it wasn't necessary, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport and NFL Network's James Palmer reported.
What does Shane Ray's potential early return mean for the Broncos' defense? (Nicki Jhabvala, The Athletic)
If he's cleared — and if the treatment plan had its intended effect — the news is a boon not just for the Broncos, who place their pass rushers in high esteem, but especially for Ray as he enters a contract year.
Broncos help kids buy school supplies (Mike Klis, 9NEWS)
Seven Bronco players -- Bradley Chubb, Courtland Sutton, Justin Simmons, De'Angelo Henderson, Clinton McDonald, Tim Patrick and Jordan Leslie – participated in a back-to-school shopping function here Monday with about 25 kids from the local Boys & Girls Clubs.