Discussion in 'Denver Broncos' started by 58crash, Feb 12, 2019.
I agree We are doing the right thing. Hogan will get a job somewhere else.
This explains a lot I thought we were playing vanilla because of preseason.
https://t.co/wB3i3Fs73u ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The resiliency of Emmanuel Sanders is greater than Bronco followers might have thought.
It was impressive enough that Sanders, the Broncos’ No. 1 receiver, now appears all the way back from the Achilles surgery he underwent in December.
Now here’s the kicker to his story, using his other foot: Sanders also had what is known as “tightrope” surgery on his right ankle that had been bothering him for two seasons.
Old news but he is “damn” good.
That horse runs a “damn” good 40.
Buccaneers have signed Darian Stewart.
Have we talked yet about how we moved Jamal Carter to inside linebacker from safety? If not I think that might just guarantee him a roster spot just because we’re so thin there already.
I agree - very smart move by Jamal Carter. He is an easy guy to root for success.
Don’t think it guarantees him a roster spot but it is a good look for him. He has to show he can play it now. He has more of a LB’s mentality. Reminds me of Brandon Meriweather.
Two players cut this week that I wouldn't mind bringing in for a quick look.
WR Shelton Gibson
P Johnny Townsend
08-13-2019, 09:17 PM
Tight end shift
Author: Mike Klis
For the first time since he suffered the third ACL of his career 10 months ago, tight end Jake Butt took 11-on-11 team reps with the first team Tuesday.
One caveat: The team was not practicing in pads Tuesday but in shorts and skeleton shoulder pads so there wasn’t the typical contact. Still, it’s progress.
Meanwhile, the team also had tight end Troy Fumagalli shifting around in the fullback/H-back position. Fangio said this could be the solution to replacing injured fullback Andy Janovich for the first two to four games of the season.
Broncos Day 18 camp report: Defending tight ends a focal point
“... Chris Harris Jr. noted that much of his work when he works inside at slot cornerback involves getting rookie Justin Hollins up to speed as he learns how to handle coverage responsibilities at outside and inside linebacker.
"I have to work with 52 [Hollins] the most," Harris said. "Every year at the nickel, I've always had to work with specific 'backers, specific dimes, whether it started off with [Wesley] Woodyard, then [Danny] Trevathan, then T.J. Ward, Will Parks. Now I've got to work with 52.
"It's totally different. He's a rookie, so it's a lot of communication we've got to do to get on the same page."
Nevertheless, Head Coach Vic Fangio believes that Hollins is coming along well despite the burden of learning two positions.
"It's a heavy load mentally for him, and at times he struggles with it, but I think he can do it," he said.”
The Friar Tuck was the greatest hazing haircut of all time.
I am glad that went away as it is disrespectful, but it was also a team bonding moment.
I think the better team bonding moment was the “field day” they had a while back.
Elway where we are in his mind.
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