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Broncos’ Mini Camp Observations: Unexpected stars steal the show

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Credit: Ryan Koenigsberg, BSN Denver

Editor’s note: Welcome into one of many, many BSN Denver observation pieces to come this offseason. A fan favorite in the past, these stories will be posted anytime we get a view of the Broncos on the field between now and the end of training camp. Who is standing out, who is lagging behind and who is looking like the favorite in each of the position battles? Those questions and many more will be answered right here.

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Short and sweet.

That was the name of the game for the Denver Broncos’ final practice of the 2018 offseason.

After two long mini-camp practices, in which head coach Vance Joseph challenged his players, Thursday’s practice was like the last day of school, in the words of Von Miller.

Joseph’s message to the team before they scattered all over the world during their six-week summer break was “Very simple.”

“Don’t lose what we gained, be smart off the field and come back focused,” Joseph told the media, moments after addressing the team for the final time.

But while Thursday had a different feel to it, there was still important football played on the field, from Case Keenum and Von on down the board.

Here’s what BSN Denver witnessed on Thursday and who will be entering training camp on a positive note.



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