Denver Broncos 2013 offseason schedule set

Peyton Manning and Eric Decker participated in voluntary offseason workouts together in 2012. - Ron Chenoy-US PRESSWIRE

Schedule for the Denver Broncos' 2013 nine-week offseason workout program and mandatory minicamp.

The Denver Broncos' 2013 offseason has been underway (unfortunately) since January 12, 2013. The offseason workout program will start up April 15th.

The Broncos' nine-week offseason workout program will run from April 15 to June 13, and the Broncos' mandatory minicamp will take place June 11-13. Here are exact dates from the mothership:

April 15-18, April 22-25 - Phase One. No helmets, no coaches, strength and conditioning only, and quarterbacks can throw to uncovered receivers.

April 29-May 2, May 6-9, May 13-16, May 23 - Phase Two. Coaches are back, still no helmets, receivers can be covered as long as it isn't bump-and-run, no team drills.

May 10-12 - Rookie minicamp. Both drafted and undrafted rookies report with three days of practice.

May 20-22, May 29-31, June 3-6 - Phase Three - Organized Team Activities (OTAs). Helmets on, no pads, no contact, but team drills are allowed.

June 11-13 - Mandatory minicamp. Two-a-day, required practices. No contact, no pads.

Get your taxes done early, Broncos fans! On April 15th, the footballs start flying, and you don't want to be stuck at the post office while everyone else is at MHR reading about Peyton Manning throwing to his three 1,000-yards receivers Demaryius Thomas, Eric Decker, and Wes Welker. Who else is excited to get back to football?
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