Happy hump day! Here are five things you should know this week:
1. Ware makes Celebrity Family Feud debut
Outside linebacker Demarcus Ware will represent the Broncos as a member of the AFC Stars from the NFLPA team on Celebrity Family Feud. Ware is joined by Antonio Brown (Steelers), Nick Mangold (Jets), Terrell Suggs (Ravens) and Antonio Gates (Chargers).
The AFC squad squared off against the NFC Stars from the NFLPA composed of Vernon Davis (49ers), Eddie Lacy (Packers), Calais Campbell (Cardinals), Matt Forte (Bears) and Thomas Davis (Panthers).
The Steve Harvey-hosted six-episode special will start on June 21 on ABC. Each team will be made up of a celebrity captain with four relatives or friends playing along. The winning celebrity team will be given a chance to win up to $25,000 to donate to a charity of their choice.
2. Broncos open day one of mandatory minicamp
The Broncos started day one of mandatory minicamp on Tuesday and DenverBroncos.com had the scoop:
Andrew Mason broke down the eight key takeaways from the start of minicamp yesterday.
Ben Swanson discussed Defensive Coordinator Wade Phillips' familiarity with utilizing three edge rushers.
While the Broncos moved on to a new step in their offseason – we were there documenting it for you. Flip through the photo gallery here.
Head Coach Gary Kubiak and outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware met with the media to discuss the first day of minicamp. Ware talked about developing the team's youth and Kubiak talked about his goals for minicamp.
3. Lights, Camera, Action!
Following the first day of minicamp, the Broncos headed straight for photo shoots with network TV stations in preparation for games this season.
The Broncos are no strangers to the limelight and couldn't help having fun hamming it up for the cameras.
4. Top Instagram post
Omar Bolden held a camp with young kids on Saturday. As you can tell from their faces - it was a good time.
5. In case you missed it…
Tight end Virgil Green aka the Incredible Hulk is ready for new role in 2015.
Defensive end Malik Jackson is concentrated on going out there and doing his part.
The Broncos loss to the Indianapolis Colts in last season's playoffs is fuel to running back 's fire.
Running back Montee Ball has returned from a trying 2014 with new vengeance – and his teammates and coaches are noticing.
The Broncos' offseason minicamp continued on Wednesday as the team had its second minicamp practice.