Broncos Film Room: Evaluating the running backs in Denver’s first preseason game

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Without pads and limited hitting, the running back position is among the hardest to asses in training camp, making the preseason that much more valuable in evaluating the position. 

It's no surprise that in the Denver Broncos history some of the more memorable preseason breakout performances have come from backs, with Terrell Davis’ now legendary game in Japan and Clinton Portis’ 73 total-yard first showing in Orange and Blue as prime examples. 

Just for fun, here’s that epic tackle that propelled Davis to become the starter and legend that he turned into.

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