Broncos’ Mini Camp Observations: Welcome to the Bradley Chubb show

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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. — Summer is in the air and training camp is right around the corner.

But before the boys in Orange & Blue duke it out in the July heat, they have one final stepping stone that precludes their summer break: Mini camp.

Unlike the other eight weeks of the offseason conditioning program, the mini camp taking place this week (Tuesday-Thursday) is the only mandatory part of the offseason. Fortunately, the Denver Broncos have nothing to worry about in that respect as they had full attendance on Tuesday’s practice.

The final, and most important, part of the offseason program began with a bang on Tuesday. Here’s what BSN Denver observed and took away from the most important practice of the year to date.

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