DB - Day 11 Blog - Zach Eisendrath
Wes Woodyard returned to practice, while Ryan Harris left with some sort of injury. More big plays from Andre' Goodman and a solid day from Matt Prater.
DB - Day 11 Sights and Sounds - Broncos TV
Some great footage, including some nice runs by Peyton and Knowshon.
DP - Right tackle Harris injures shoulder, to miss 49ers game
Ryan Harris hurt his right shoulder yesterday. Although he will miss Friday's game, he may practice before then.
DB - Running with the Firsts - Gray Caldwell
The first depth chart was released yesterday without any major surprises. For me, most unexpected was seeing Nate Swift as a second-team WR. Meanwhile, the players are looking forward to hitting opponents rather than teammates on Friday.
DB - Day 11: McDaniels - Broncos TV
Josh McDaniels says the team will install a game plan similar in volume to the regular season to give the players the proper experience. He notes that the TEs have many responsibilities, and Richard Quinn will see lots of playing time on Friday to move him along.
DB - Day 11: Moreno - Broncos TV
Knowshon talks about his first practice at the Big IF.
DP - Prater can't relax even as lone kicker in camp - Jeff Legwold
Not only did he blow up at Matt Prater on the sidelines of the home loss to Oakland, but apparently Jay Cutler refused to talk it over with the kicker later on. Doesn't sound like Prater will miss Scottie O'Brien, either.
DP - Bruton gets call after Dawkins' hand injury - Mike Klis
David Bruton will be starting in BDawk's spot on Friday night
AP - Finally in Denver Broncos camp, Belford native Knowshon Moreno looks to make impact
Brandon Stokley is looking forward to hazing Knowshon and making him sing for the team.
CSG - Broncos camp glance for Tuesday - Frank Schwab
Kenny McKinley and Josh Barrett got a little chippy with each other yesterday.
ESPN Insider - Denver Broncos look to rise of Eddie Royal and Ryan Clady in 2009 - ESPN
Aaron Schatz of Football Outsiders expects Eddie Royal to have a big season. Schatz attributes Royal's low YPR (10.8) to the fact that almost half of his receptions were made within 5 yards of the LOS. Meanwhile, Wes Welker was the only WR with more than 100 targets to have a higher catch rate. Schatz is concerned that Andre' Goodman is inconsistent, pointing to a poor 2007 campaign. Of course, those were the 1-15 Dolphins...
ESPN - Three and Out: Broncos
Another gem from Pork Chop - "If Orton doesn't improve, fans are going to get increasingly impatient with him."
FOX - Glaze Across America: Sights from the camp trail
Jay Glazer reports from the Chefs' and Packers' camps.