OTA UPDATES — TEAM CAMP NEWSJune 6, 2007
NEWS FROM TEAM CAMP:
Some good news on Brandon Stokley. He was seen jogged around the playing fields while the rest of the Broncos stretched and watched from the sidelines when the team ran plays.
“He is looking pretty good. I was thinking about practicing him this week and decided not to. We’re having him do some football related drills. He should be able to go full speed for the next mini camp on July 9 and 10.”
— Mike Shanahan 6/6/07
DT Sam Adams was at his first Mile High OTA on Tuesday. He impressed the coaches with his quickness and said his knee was 100%.
“I feel good. This is a great system to be a part of as a defensive lineman. It’s an attacking front. It allows us to put pressure on the football, whether it be run or pass.”
— Sam Adams 6/5/07
Shanahan mentioned in his press conference on Tuesday that Sam Brandon probably could have participated fully this week. But since he’s recovering from two torn knee ligaments, Shanahan has opted to keep him from full participation until Minicamp (where he should be “full speed”).
Brandon Marshall has been sidelined recently with a slight groin injury. No one seems too concerned — it’s likely a precautionary move.
Eddie Moore has been running off-and-on with the first team defense for a couple days now: FULL STORY
“D.J. gives me lot of tips — like ‘run fast'” — Eddie Moore 6/1/07
“It’s my first time in this system, and I’m still adjusting. But I feel like I’m picking it up quicker than I have with other systems.”
— Patrick Ramsey 6/1/07
Interesting news that Cecil Sapp (12lbs lighter) is working at both FB and tail back positions: FULL STORY
It’s good to see some of our injured players back on the field: Sam Brandon, Nick Ferguson, Cecil Sapp, and Matt Lepsis (STORY ON MATT)
The Denver Post talks to Daniel Graham about his homecoming: FULL STORY
“I’m doing real good picking up on this offense. Everything is coming pretty smoothly. It’s been a good first week. I feel comfortable, but I know I have a lot more to learn. “
— Daniel Graham 5/25/07
Rocky Mountain News takes a look at Bronco rookie kicker and form Virginia Tech student Brandon Pace: FULL STORY
Here is a great look at our team during Quarterback Camp provided by Andrew Mason through this blog Mason’s Morsels — thanks Andrew!
Quarterback Camp Photos from Mason’s Morsels: