Despite a rollercoaster practice with highs and lows, Russell Wilson’s red zone success gave the Broncos’ offense the victory over the Cowboys’ defense during joint practice.
The Broncos’ offense and defense were neck and neck heading into the final period on Tuesday.
But Russell Wilson and Kendall Hinton were able to do just enough to get points and win the day.
Baron Browning’s transition from ILB to OLB “has been definitely even better than we even thought.”
In the second week of camp, he’s made a massive jump and making big-time plays.
Russell Wilson led a game-winning touchdown drive to cap off Thursday’s practice, including a 35-yard completion on 4th-and-4.
But it was what Russ did behind the scenes that showed why he’s a special QB.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Break the joggers out because Wednesday it was jog-through time down at Denver Broncos’ training camp. Although pads weren’t popping, there were still takeaways from the Broncos’ seventh practice of camp. Here’s what we learned. Who won the day: Receiver depth Only one week into camp and the Broncos’ depth at receiver is being tested… significantly. Not…...
Tim Patrick’s injury stopped Tuesday’s practice for longer than Kareem Jackson’s ever witnessed for a player getting hurt.
That shows how loved Patrick is in the locker room.
Once practice continued, a talented rookie stepped up.
For the first time in the Nathaniel Hackett era, the head coach was upset with the offense's slow start to practice.
Russell Wilson sensed that, gathered the offense and responded with back-to-back touchdowns.
Before every training camp practice, Justin Outten makes a plea to Pat Surtain.
“I’ll go over to him each and everyday and say ‘Can you let us complete a pass please. Just once,’” Denver’s offensive coordinator said after practice.
On Saturday, during the Broncos’ fourth training camp practice, Surtain obliged his offensive coordinator.
But just once.
For the first time in camp, the Broncos had a lighter practice.
But that didn’t mean it wasn’t important.
In fact, Nathaniel Hackett said it was a test for the team.
And they passed with flying colors.
Despite an overcast day on Thursday at the UCHealth Training Center, the Denver Broncos’ stars shined through.