C.J. Anderson Goes Down; Holliday Running Wild

Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Early morning quick hits from the last day of Training Camp 2013.

First you should be listening to today's podcast, we have all you need on the situation surrounding Von Miller.

You can hardly mention the Denver Broncos this week without either hearing about Von Miller or running back C.J. Anderson, well today, Anderson may have taken the spotlight away from Miller for all of the wrong reasons:

Reports from camp is that Anderson's injury looked a lot like what happened yesterday with New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.

We will keep you updated with what we can from the Anderson injury. Likely we won't know anything specific until John Fox addresses the media following practice.

Lance Ball.

in other news, I mentioned earlier today that Matt Russell said earlier in OTA's that the Broncos were trying to figure out a way to get Trindon Holliday more involved in the offense. Today, Holliday lined up at running back, took a hand off and has thus far caught back-to-back touchdowns in team drills.

UPDATE (11:30 MTN):

Not looking good, this was just posted from an unverified account, but I believe it is legit:

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