Orange and Blue Report: A hot, competitive day at training camp

Denver Broncos

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (KDVR) – It may have been the hottest day at training camp and for the Broncos, the most complete. 

“I like to see a good, competitive practice,” said Head Coach Vic Fangio after a steamy practice with temperatures in the mid 90s. “I think we had that today. Guys were crisp. They were competing, a lot of good, not over the top trash talking going on which I think really brought the level up at practice.”

On the field, Lloyd Cushenberry III continues to get more reps at center. Wide receiver Daesean Hamilton looks comfortable catching a couple of long throws, and Vic Fangio likes what he is seeing from Drew Lock in his second training camp. 

“I think he’s got a pretty good command of the offense even though it’s a new offense. There is some carryover from last year’s offense. He’s in a much better spot than he was last year at this time. He’s still a guy that’s only played five games. He’s into his second training camp. Last year’s got cut short. I like where he’s at, but he still has a lot of improvement to make I believe.”

The Broncos are off on Wednesday. Hopefully the day off will help them heal. Only 68 of the 80 man roster participated in practice Tuesday.

Bruce Haertl has more in today’s Orange and Blue Report, which you can watch above.

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