The Broncos are poised to have a young, relatively inexperienced offensive line this fall. But by the time preseason rolls around, they should be used to going up against elite pass-rushers.
"They'll come to the sideline and say, ‘Man, that was easy!,' Broncos linebacker DeMarcus Ware said during the team's media BBQ Thursday. "And I'm like, ‘Yeah, because you went against me, you went against Von (Miller), you went against Shane Ray every single day and we're trying to kick your butt, knowing that when you go into the game, everything else is going to be a piece of cake.'
Going up against the above mentioned trio will help Denver's offensive improve this summer. But to field the best unit, the team will experiment with various lineups as camp goes on.
"For us to get (looks), everybody's got to move around," head coach Gary Kubiak said. "So I think for the first couple of weeks here we'll be pretty aggressive in our movement with people and taking a look at guys in various spots before we start to settle down.
"We are going to be very young up front, there's nothing wrong with that. If we can get it right and get them coached up and headed in the right direction — that gives you a chance to be very good for a long, long time."
If Ware's tactics work, Denver's offensive line could be proficient long after he's gone.