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Paradis thinks the offense is holding its own so far in camp

The Broncos center caught up with Eric and Les to talk about the offensive line progress, and how the offense is doing so far in camp.

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Broncos center, Matt Paradis caught up with the Afternoon Drive yesterday to discuss his health, and how the offense has been doing in camp so far.

According to both Paradis, and Eric and Les, he is looking healthy and moving well after having surgery on both hips in the offseason, which is good news.

The interesting part of the interview came toward the end when Les asked about the offense struggling in camp. Paradis immediately fired back: "I don't know what offense you were watching, but we had some wins out here too."

He admitted the defense is tough and talented, but that the offense has been holding its own against them in camp.

He also was asked about the difference that the new offensive linemen have made so far: Leary, Watson, and Bolles. Check it out toward the end of the interview.

It's good to hear some positive reports from the Broncos leader on the offensive line. Hopefully, this offense will continue to show improvement over the course of camp and the preseason.