clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Denver Broncos News: Horse Tracks - 7/27/13

The rumor is Von Miller didn't violate with a failed drug test, but merely a minor infraction. Still, he's got to make sure not to screw that up ever again. He may still yet face a 4 game suspension, but there is a glimmer of hope for us fans!

If you buy something from an SB Nation link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement.

Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Broncos teammates confident Von Miller's suspension will be lifted | USA Today
The Denver Broncos have never lacked for confidence in Von Miller on the field, and that confidence has not wavered now that the star linebacker is participating in training camp under the threat of a four-game suspension for violating the league's drug policy.

Von Miller suspension wasn't triggered by positive drug test for Broncos linebacker - The Denver Post
Von Miller did not test positive for performance enhancing drugs or recreational drugs this year to trigger his NFL-imposed four-game suspension for violating of the leagues drug policy, an NFL source said Friday.

Von Miller unstoppable in practice; Broncos to work in pads Saturday - The Denver Post
With Von Miller under a critical microscope for an alleged violation of the NFL drug policy, the practice field has become his sanctuary.

Denver Broncos Training Camp Videos

Exclusive Highlights from Day 2 of Camp |
The pads come on Saturday, but first, here are exclusive BTV highlights from day two of training camp.

Sounds From Training Camp: Day 2 |
Head coach John Fox and players talk about high expectations and putting on the pads.

Mile-High Mentorship | The MMQB with Peter King
Champ Bailey and rookie Kayvon Webster discuss their teacher-student relationship in Broncos camp

Denver Broncos News & Blogs

Broncos go up-tempo in Day Two - Mile High Report
The Denver Broncos picked up the pace on Day Two of their 2013 training camp, as the offense got more in sync and both sides prepared to get into full pads starting Saturday.

2013 Broncos Training Camp-The Kaptain’s Log Day 2 | Bronco Planet
The second day of the Denver Broncos 2013 Training Camp started out much like the first. However, after an initially slow beginning, the tempo on both sides of the ball went up a couple of notches.

Five Thoughts From Training Camp Day 2 |
Less than 24 hours remained before the Broncos donned full pads, but on Friday, some Broncos still appeared a bit antsy to get past the preliminaries in shorts and shells and get to true football.

Broncos Ready to Put the Pads On |
Training camp might have started at Dove Valley on Thursday, but the real action – the hitting -- starts Saturday morning. Day three of camp means the Broncos will throw on their pads for the first time in the 2013 season.

Farewell tour for Sacco | First-and-Orange — The Denver Post
There is John Elway. There is Jim Saccomano. There is Mike Shanahan. There is Pat Bowlen.

Broncos defensive schemes through the years - It's All Over, Fat Man!
Happy Friday, friends. Today, I’m going to continue our look back at Broncos schemes through history. On Tuesday, Doug sent a link to my offense article to Neil Payne at PFR.

Broncos' "Sophomores" Stepping Into Big Roles - Predominantly Orange
One year of NFL football under the belt can make a big difference. That’s why it’s always interesting to look at the sophomore players on a team. Will they excel after a rough "just getting used to it" rookie season or will they regress after a promising rookie campaign.

Fotos do Training Camp - Dia 2 "
Hoje, sexta-feira, aconteceu o segundo dia de training camp do Denver Broncos na preparação para a temporada de 2013.

AFC West Rival Roundup

Dwayne Bowe misses day 1 of KC Chiefs training camp, but he'll be fine - Arrowhead Pride
Day one of KC Chiefs training camp is in the books and already there was a scare. Dwayne Bowe was placed on the non-football injury list prior to camp and did not participate in the first day. But it's OK, folks. He just has a virus.

Tyler Wilson shakes off rough patch in first training camp practice - Silver And Black Pride
Raiders rookie quarterback, Tyler Wilson, had a stretch of throwing three interceptions but he shook it off to have a decent first training camp practice.

Red jersey just fine with DJ Hayden - Silver And Black Pride
DJ Hayden's first training camp practice has him in a red non-contact jersey. But he's just happy to be practicing.

Statheads: What Attributes of NFL Teams Produced Victories in 2012? - Bolts From The Blue
Using statistical analysis to find significant attributes in successful teams during the 2012 season.

San Diego Chargers Linebacker Jonas Mouton has a torn ACL, will miss the 2013 season - Bolts From The Blue
Jonas Mouton will spend another year on injured-reserve for the San Diego Chargers after tearing his ACL on the first day of Training Camp.

NFL News & Blogs

Jarvis Jenkins suspended 4 games by NFL for PEDs -
The Redskins will need a new replacement for the injured Adam Carriker while Jenkins serves his susepsnion.

NFC training camp position battles to watch -
As teams report to training camp, the focus will shift to position battles. Those are the stories that will dominate headlines throughout camp and into the preseason, so we'll talk about the best ones in the NFC.

What we have in common with Tim Tebow -
Tim Tebow was one of the best college football players of his generation, even if he isn't a great NFL quarterback. In one meaningful way, though, he's a lot like the rest of us.

Victor Cruz changes mind, not underpaid now | ProFootballTalk
The benefit of hindsight is realizing when that thing you said before sounds ridiculous. After Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz said in a radio interview he took less money than he deserved in a six-year, $45 million deal, it dawned on him that it might not be the best thing to say out loud.

Tony Romo would like to be an offensive coordinator some day | ProFootballTalk
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is expected to get more involved in the game planning this season. Some day, he'd like to be the person who's in charge of game plans.

Greg Jennings’ barbs at Aaron Rodgers become a bit more pointed | ProFootballTalk
The border war between the Packers and Vikings gets a little more intriguing than usual this year, with receiver Greg Jennings defecting from Green Bay to Minneapolis.

Josh Freeman: I want to be known as one of the best ever | ProFootballTalk
Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman has lofty goals. Freeman, who has played very well at times but also been a disappointment at times in the four years since the Buccaneers took him in the first round of the 2009 NFL draft, says that when it's all said and done, he doesn't just want to be one o...

To Bourbonnais, and Maybe a Career Crossroad | The MMQB with Peter King
On the drive to Bears training camp, defensive end Corey Wootton talks about love, football and what it’s like to fight for your job every summer.

Advanced NFL Stats: Do Those Who Deny Advanced Statistics Even Watch the Game?
We understand your hostility. Maybe we're dangerous. Would it comfort you if I guaranteed that we are dangerous? And maybe we're dangerous to you. Do you prize your memory, your experience?

Scouting the QB Position: A Review of the Class of 2012, Pt. 1--RG3 - NFL Mocks
What do we look for when scouting college quarterbacks? How often exactly do the statistics lie? Anyone can be an armchair GM and tell you if a guy is going to be good in the NFL, right?

Having the worst game of your career in the playoffs | Football Perspective
Scott Kacsmar recently wrote about how Daunte Culpepper had the worst performance of his career in his biggest game.

For Daily DenverBroncos News Updates: Follow me on Twitter