Denver Broncos Rookie Minicamp: Who Are the Players to Watch?

May 6, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Denver Broncos kick off their rookie minicamp on Friday. The sessions aren’t open to the public, but the media will be allowed to watch some of the practices on Friday and Saturday. Plus, the Broncos will allow certain rookies to talk after practice.
After preparations for the NFL Scouting Combine and pro days, there is a break in training for about a month. Usually, players will get back into football action quickly—which can lead to injuries. Last year, third-round pick Jeff Heuerman was injured only a few days into rookie minicamp. 
Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak admits the team is looking to adjust what they do at the camp this year.
“We want to do a lot of teaching. We’d like to come out of the weekend knowing exactly where our guys are and then put them with our football team on Monday and start to acclimate them with the guys. I think everybody has taken a hard look at [changing the procedure at rookie minicamp], and I think we hav...

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