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Broncos Country attended the Denver Broncos stadium

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event in full force to watch training camp practice on Saturday." Denver Broncos Training CampDenver Broncos PhotosGallery: 21 Domata Peko Jersey ,234 fans attended training camp practice at Broncos StadiumNew,26commentsBroncos Country attended the Denver Broncos stadium event in full force to watch training camp practice on Saturday.MDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Gallery: 21,234 fans attended training camp practice at Broncos StadiumTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmail Grid View For the first time since 2014 the Denver Broncos hosted a training camp practice at Broncos Stadium at Mile High.Casey Barrett - Mile High Report The team comes together before breaking into team drills. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report The defense warms up at the Broncos Training Camp practice at Broncos Stadium at Mile High. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Denver Broncos OLB Bradley Chubb looked sharp and fast moving through drills. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos WR Steven Dunbar looks up and reaches for a pass. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Bradley Chubb, second year OLB, moves through drills at Broncos Training Camp. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Even though he was limited, Broncos TE Jake Butt, still participated in many drills. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Newly acquired Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco reaches back to throw a pass at training camp. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos rookie OLB Malik Reed focused on his target during practice at Broncos Stadium at Mile High. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Denver Broncos rookie wide receiver Kelvin McKnight watches the ball into his hands.Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos rookie WR Trinity Benson makes a catch during drills. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Denver Broncos ILB Josey Jewell keeps his eyes focused. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos WR Fred Brown watches a pass come to him at training camp practice. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Courtland Sutton, Broncos second year WR, zones in on a pass to him during drills. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Denver Broncos ILB Josey Jewell runs to where he needs to be. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos receiver Kelvin McKnight reaches for a pass. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Bronco WR Courtland Sutton watches the ball stick all the way into his hands. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Tim Patrick reaches out and snags a pass at Broncos Training Camp. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos ILB Joe Jones makes moves during drills. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos QB Joe Flacco eyes his passing target. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos running backs Devontae Jackson (left) and Devontae Booker move with the ball on a bungee at practice at Broncos Stadium at Mile High. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos rookie tackle Quinn Bailey (left, 75) blocks Jake Brendel (right, 64). Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Denver Broncos rookie QB Drew Lock prepares to throw at training camp practice. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos rookie TE Austin Fort completes a catch. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos QB Kevin Hogan watches to see if rookie WR Juwann Winfree catches his pass (he does). Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco prepares to unload a pass. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos Kelvin McKnight moves into position to make a play. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos WR Nick Williams eyes his spot to get into position. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Nick Williams, Broncos WR, goes up and snatches a pass during practice at Broncos Stadium at Mile High. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Rookie Broncos QB Drew Lock gets ready to pass. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos Head Coach Vic Fangio speaks with the media after the team’s practice at Broncos Stadium at Mile High. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Denver Broncos FB Andy Janovich sports a striking beard and speaks with members of the media after practice. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Drew Lock, the Broncos rookie QB, smiles while speaking with media after practice. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos rookie TE Noah Fant talks with the press after training camp practice at Broncos Stadium at Mile High. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay smiles with fans while signing autographs. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Many, MANY of the Broncos players signed autographs for the fans that came out to Broncos Stadium at Mile High to watch practice. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report A young fan examines his new Joe Flacco autograph on his mini Broncos football. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos CB Chris Harris Jr. makes a little fan’s day by signing her Broncos merch. Casey Barrett - Mile High ReportThe Denver Broncos took their training camp practice to Broncos Stadium at Mile High on Saturday for the first time since 2014. With 21,234 Broncomaniacs in attendance, it turned out to be an exciting day for both fans and all of the new faces on the team this season.Mile High Report’s lead photographer, Casey Barrett, was on hand to capture the days’ events. If you weren’t able to attend, this photo gallery might be the next best thing. As for the practice session, Head Coach Vic Fangio liked the turnout and thought the entire day was good for everyone.“It was good,” Fangio said. “I think it was good for everybody. I hope the fans enjoyed it. I think we had a pretty good crowd here. I don’t know what you’ve gotten in the past, but it was good. I think it was good for the players, good for the coaches, good for everybody. It was all positive.”The player who had the most fun in front of the 20 Menelik Watson Jersey ,000 fans might have been Chris Harris Jr. who received the loudest ovation from fans of all the players. Hopefully John Elway was there to hear it too, because this man should get one more extension to finish out a majority of his career in Denver. Overall, the day was a good one. You can tell fans are feeling more hyped about this season than any of the previous two seasons. The team has a long way to go to prove they will turn things around this season, but the vibe certainly feels different than it has in recent years. From 1960 to about 1975, there was no rivalry between the Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders. The Broncos were a doormat to the rest of the league. An embarrassment. Then it all changed forever. From 1975 to 2004, the rivalry between the two franchises was among the greatest in the NFL.The very first NFL game I attended was an alumni game between the late 70’s era Broncos and Raiders. I remember my mother being irate that Lyle Alzado was suiting up for the silver and black, but other than that, I remember very little about that game other than the fireworks that followed this meaningless summer contest. ...actually, that’s not entirely true.I also remember a fragile old woman who had too much to drink working her way down the ramps of old Mile High screeching Raiders war chants as we shuffled our way out of the stadium. The Broncos who had brought the city of Denver to Super Bowl XII (minus Alzado) didn’t have what it took to beat the Raiders of sometime around 1983. My mother was livid.At that time, I had no idea the history between the two teams. It was then, as that woman coughed her support for the Raiders to an unreceptive crowd, that I understood that losing to the Raiders must never, ever, happen. When it comes to the AFC West, there is no better rivalry than that of the Denver Broncos and wherever the nomadic Raiders call home. During the 60’s and most of the 70’s, the Denver Broncos never stood a chance against the powerhouse Raiders. In the time since then, Denver has shown that the Raiders are little more than an afterthought as the Broncos rang up enough Super Bowl victories to challenge the Raiders for divisional supremacy in the NFL.There are some that want the Broncos to lose Monday’s game so that they may obtain a better draft position in the 2019 draft. While ordinarily, I would agree, there is never reason enough to lose to Oakland... or wherever they’ll be from these next few years. While football has become a business, the history of destroying one’s arch rival holds true. In a season marred by incompetent coaching and even worse play-calling, there’s no better way to make a case for any team who may be looking to hire a defensive coordinator (cough, cough Vance to the Bengals) than to beat the Raiders. HORSE TRACKSThree Keys to Broncos-RaidersFrom games to players to postseason chances, the Broncos have lost a great deal in recent weeks. But if they are to beat the Raiders, it will happen because of what they still possess.C.J. Anderson of Los Angeles Rams rushes for 167 yards in place of Todd GurleyC.J. Anderson showed he knew the Rams' offense just fine despite signing only five days earlier as uncertainty over a knee injury clouded the status of Todd Gurley.It would appear as if Bill Musgrave doesn't trust Case KeenumIt would appear as if Bill Musgrave doesn't trust his quarterback.Denver could spoil Oakland’s possible final home game at ColiseumOAKLAND, Calif. – Derek Carr knows what outsiders think about the run-down Oakland Coliseum with the infield dirt for early season games,...Denver Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay had plans to become a police officer | 9news.comLindsay Todd Davis Jersey , who played for the CU, was applying for jobs as a police officer as he chased his dream to play in the NFL. Now he's set to represent the AFC in the Pro Bowl.Broncos, Raiders meet in midst of lost seasonsThe Raiders are just hoping to get out of this season without more injuries.Vance Joseph expected to emerge as candidate for Cincinnati Bengals defensive coordinatorIf the Broncos part ways with Vance Joseph, he is expected to emerge as a candidate for the Bengals' defensive coordinator job and potentially even their head-coaching job when Marvin Lewis decides he has had enough of coaching, a league source told ESPN.Paul Klee: John Elway charged with total reset of Denver Broncos operation - from top to bottom | Premium | gazette.comDENVER 鈥?With his right arm, the laser-rocket one, leaning on a driver, John Elway stood on the first tee box at the beautiful Broadmoor and soaked in the viewMonday Night Football odds, line: Broncos vs. Raiders picks, predictions from expert who's 10-3 on Denver games - CBSSports.comMicah Roberts has his finger on the pulse of Von Miller and the BroncosRAIDERS GAME DAY: Position breakdown vs. Denver Broncos | Las Vegas Review-JournalThe Raiders host the Denver Broncos at 5:15 p.m. in a “Monday Night Football” game at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. Here’s a breakdown by position.Broncos are planning to fire Vance Joseph, hopeful of interviewing John Harbaugh should he become available - CBSSports.comHarbaugh will be the most coveted coach on the market if he doesn't return to RavensChristian McCaffrey sets record for most RB catches - NFL.comWe're in a new age of versatile backs. Christian McCaffrey is officially the face of it. McCaffrey broke the NFL record for most catches made by a running back in a single season Sunday.Bears beat 49ers, keep hope alive for a first-round bye – ProFootballTalkThe Bears still have a shot at a first-round playoff bye. That's because they did what they needed to do today in San Francisco, beating the 49ers in a 14-9 game that saw their defense dominate but their offense and special teams look less than impressive.Saints hold off Steelers to clinch top seed in NFC – ProFootballTalkOfficials called Joe Haden for pass interference on two Saints' fourth-down plays. Both led to Saints' touchdowns. Michael Thomas caught a 2-yard touchdown pass against Haden with 1:25 remaining for the winning points.Dolphins ownership considering sweeping changes, but GM Chris Grier likely safe - CBSSports.comBoth Adam Gase and Mike Tannenbaum could be let goRaiders playing home games in London next season not being considered as an option - CBSSports.comLeague sources tell NFL Insider Jason La Canfora that no additional expansion of international play has been discussedNFL flexes Colts-Titans to Sunday night for Week 17, reveals start times for all other games - CBSSports.comThe NFL has announced the entire schedule for Week 17Patriots could see exodus of coaches, executives in 2019 due to concerns about team's future - CBSSports.comIt's inevitable the Pats will have to rebuild and it's unknown how the organization will function when Robert Kraft steps downNFL Playoff Picture Week 16 standings: Steelers likely out of playoffs, Saints clinch home-field advantage - CBSSports.comEverything you need to know about the NFL playoff hunt with the Week 16 results rolling inLeSean McCoy says he didn't start vs. New England Patriots because of 'situation' with Buffalo Bills coach Sean McDermottBills running back LeSean McCoy said a "situation" with coach Sean McDermott was the reason McCoy did not start in Sunday's game at New England, but he did not elaborate further.New York Jets coach Todd Bowles lashes out at officiating -- 'I thought we were playing the Packers and the striped shirts'In an uncharacteristic move, a visibly upset Todd Bowles lashed out at the officiating Sunday after a penalty-marred overtime loss to Green Bay. "I thought we were playing the Packers and the striped shirts," the Jets coach vented.NFL, NFLPA ask drug-testing administrator to look into allegations by Carolina Panthers safety Eric ReidThe NFL and NFL Players Association have asked the administrator of their independent drug-testing program to look into allegations by Panthers safety Eric Reid regarding the number of times he has been tested this season, sources told ESPN.Baker Mayfield pleads ignorance after appearing to stare down Hue JacksonBaker Mayfield appeared to glare toward former coach Hue Jackson on the sidelines for a fair amount of time late in the Cleveland Browns' 26-18 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.Texans believe Demaryius Thomas has torn Achilles - NFL.comHouston's receiving corps has likely suffered a significant loss. Texans receiver Demaryius Thomas was carted off the field and ruled out after suffering what's believed to be a torn Achilles.Richard Sherman, two Bears WRs ejected after fight - NFL.comNiners cornerback Richard Sherman and Bears receivers Anthony Miller and Josh Bellamy were ejected following a skirmish that started with a late hit to Mitchell Trubisky.Nick Foles' record day keeps Philadelphia Eagles in playoff hunt - NFL.comNick Foles' franchise record 471 passing yards helped lift the Philadelphia Eagles over the Houston Texans on Sunday to keep the Eagles in the hunt for an NFC wild-card spot heading into Week 17.Arizona’s final 2018 home game felt like Larry Fitzgerald’s final home game – ProFootballTalkCardinals fans will cheer again -- even louder -- if Larry Fitzgerald decides to return for a 16th season. But Sunday seemed like a retirement party in the Cardinals' final home game of 2018. From start to finish, they honored one of the franchise's most revered players.Rams cruise to 31-9 win over Cardinals – ProFootballTalkThe Rams are a step closer to clinching a first-round bye. They improved to 12-3 on the season with a comfortable 31-9 victory over the Cardinals in Arizona on Sunday afternoon. With the Bears beating the 49ers, they'll need a win or a Bears loss to seal one of the top two seeds.
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