Hello, #BroncosCountry -
Happy Friday! Here are five juicy things you should read to kickoff your weekend.
- Broncos get KURIOS
Quarterback Brock Osweiler, kicker Brandon McManus and wide receiver Jordan Norwood capitalized on their offseason downtime with a trip to see the Cirque du Soleil show 'KURIOS' Thursday night.
- Fowler reacts to Warriors win
It's well documented that safety is a huge Warriors fan, but so is WR Bennie Fowler. The graduate of Michigan State overlapped his time in college with Warriors forward Draymond Green and is pulling for Golden State in the NBA Finals this week.
- Broncos Back to Football 7K announced
Want an opportunity to run through the tunnel just like your Broncos do on game day? Well, here's your chance! Coming in September, runners who want to kick off a new football season in a healthy way can participate in Colorado's largest 7K, the Broncos Back to Football 7K.
On race day, registration and packet pickup will begin at 6:30 AM, with the 7K officially starting at 8 AM (waves to be released every five to 10 minutes). Awards for the race are scheduled for 10 AM and the Kids' Fun Run begins at 10:30 AM.
To register or learn more about the Broncos Back to Football 7K, please visit www.Broncos7K.com.
- Top tweet
During this week's minicamp the Broncos showcased a wide array of fashionable hats at practice. While everyone's hat game was on POINT, the secondary definitely stood out with their matching bucket hats – see Omar Bolden's cap below.
- In case you missed it …
DenverBroncos.com's Andrew Mason offered his takeaways from the third day of Broncos minicamp.
After doing some light practice, the Broncos' first-round pick Shane Ray is expected to see team-period work next week.
Tight end Owen Daniels, aka The Weatherman, continues to have a passion for meteorology even after college.
Running back Montee Ball is looking forward to the possibility of a 1A-1B style on the depth chart.