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2011 Training Camp - Day 3: BTV Report |
The Broncos practice in pads for the first time during camp; reaction and highlights from Saturday's morning session.

NFL Videos: Will Orton stay in the stable?
Broncos coach John Fox talks about the day's practice and his quarterbacks, then Michael Lombardi breaks down the Broncos' options at quarterback and the potential for a trade. news: Dumervil, Miller primed to power Broncos' pass rush
Cornerback Champ Bailey walked off the field after the Broncos' nearly three-hour workout marveling at Elvis Dumervil's exuberance, saying: "That's probably the one person who's excited about training camp." Rookie linebacker Von Miller was back at practice Saturday a day after leaving the field with a bruised right thigh. news: Are teams with new coaches at disadvantage? Maybe, maybe not
The compact training camps and abridged free-agency period are challenges for everyone. They could prove doubly difficult for the eight NFL teams with new head coaches, who have to install their schemes on the fly and get their first real look at their rosters after the 136-day lockout.

Pad popping reappears at reduced level at Broncos training camp - The Denver Post
Mario Haggans shirt was drenched with sweat as he walked off the Broncos practice fields just before lunchtime Saturday at training camp.

Hall of Famer Shannon Sharpe has his late Grandma to thank - The Denver Post
The first life-changing moment for Shannon Sharpe occurred when he was 3 months old. Grandma Mary was raising nine of her own children, and then, in 1968, she took a train to Chicago to pick up her daughters three children: Libby, Sterling and baby Shannon.

Broncos' Elvis Dumervil eagerly dives into camp - Boulder Daily Camera
ENGLEWOOD -- Champ Bailey noticed a player especially eager to do some hitting in new Denver Broncos coach John Foxs first full-padded practice Saturday.

Brandon Marshall Reveals Borderline Personality Disorder Diagnosis " Predominantly Orange
NFL news has been flowing like crazy this week, but there has been no other day as big as today around the NFL. Who says Saturday’s are a day off from working?

2011 Training Camp - Day 3: Fox |
Head Coach John Fox talks about what he's seen from Elvis Dumervil and the team's first practice in pads.

Bailey: Lloyd Still Hungry |
Cornerback Champ Bailey believes Brandon Lloyd is motivated to produce another big season.

Anderson Added to Receiving Corps |
On Saturday, the Broncos agreed to terms with free agent wide receiver David Anderson.

Camp Day 3: Poppin’ Pads |
It was the first practice of 2011 training camp in full pads, but beyond that, any resemblance to other first-pad days in previous training camps was purely coincidental.

Willis McGahee: Help at the Goal Line Is Help Where It’s Needed |
When the Ravens decided to release Willis McGahee, there was probably no group of people happier than fantasy owners of Ray Rice.

First And Orange

Pending physical results, Broncos have 4-year agreement with McGahee | First-and-Orange
Willis McGahee is inside Broncos’ headquarters where he is going through the physical examination process.

Marcus Thomas to visit Broncos | First-and-Orange
Officially, it’s called a free-agent visit. The Broncos will bring unrestricted free agent Marcus Thomas, who played for them the previous four years, into Dove Valley headquarters for a visit.

The Denver Post

Broncos Elvis Dumervil back after season lost to injury - The Denver Post
For so long, football was a shield for Elvis Dumervil. It protected him from pessimists who said he was too short, too light, too something to make it in the NFL. It motivated him to reach for things, for a Pro Bowl trip, or a sack title.

Kickin' it: Orton a big trade target? Only with magic wand and pixie dust - The Denver Post
Sports columnist Mark Kiszla combs his inbox for extraordinary feedback and exceptional analysis, then responds in kind online each Sunday.

Broncos' tackle Ryan Clady looking good early in camp - The Denver Post
Here is a summary of todays happenings at Broncos training camp.

Mark Kiszla: Moreno must be in rush to succeed - The Denver Post
OK, so maybe the Broncos and Kyle Orton are stuck together in the messiest situation since shoe leather met bubble gum. But, truth be known, who plays quarterback for Denver probably isnt as crucial to this teams success as how effectively Knowshon Moreno runs the football.