Broncos offseason schedule: OTAs resume Wednesday

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The Denver Broncos go back to work Wednesday for their second week of OTAs.

The next round of Denver Broncos Organized Team Activities begins Wednesday, May 29th. Practices will be held Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.

Here's the full mini-camp/OTAs schedule:

OTAs

May 20-22
May 29-31
June 3-6

Minicamp

June 11-14

As usual, the Broncos' OTA practices are closed to the public and also heavily restricted to the media -- things like starting lineups and personnel groupings can't be reported. Thus, Wednesday and Friday will be light on news, but the Broncos will have an extended video and photography period Thursday with post-practice availability for Peyton Manning, Champ Bailey, and coach John Fox.

In Week One, we found out that Ronnie Hillman would be taking over the starting running spot in practice while Willis McGahee worked out elsewhere. Peyton Manning and Wes Welker worked together in practice for the first time, while backup quarterback Brock Osweiler and wide receiver Greg Orton did their best to steal the showanyway.

What will we found out in Week Two? Be sure to stay locked-on to our Broncos OTAs Story Stream.

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