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Welcome back, Broncos football! We’ve missed you

Man, is it nice to see the Broncos back on the field.

Good morning, Broncos Country!

Never have I been so excited for the Denver Broncos to start training camp.

Even as a kid growing up in Greeley and getting the chance to go to practice, 2020 is just different. There’s a phrase that will get used to describe this time, and it’s probably an understatement.

But to see Drew Lock and the rest of the Broncos take the field ... it’s a sight for sore Broncos eyes. To bring back that word, it’s definitely different to see no fans there. To instead see the media on the bump on the west side of the facility. To see interviews conducted via Zoom.

Yet to see Lock complete passes to Jerry Jeudy and K.J. Hamler, to see Bradley Chubb back from injury, and Von Miller out to prove he’s still one of the best in the NFL ... hopefully it’s just the start of what we see out this team.

No matter how different it may be, to have some sense of normalcy return to life is so important. The fact we have the Broncos back on the field has never made me happier.

Broncos News

College football postponements: What does it mean for Colorado sports betting?
The lack of college football in the fall could lead to expanded interest in NFL betting, especially if the league has games on Saturday.

Sacco Sez: Training camp memories and moments from years long gone
Broncos Team Historian Jim Saccomano looks back on the team’s early training camps and the unorthodox methods that were used at the time.

Broncos sign DL DeShawn Williams
Williams previously spent time with the Broncos in 2018 and 2019.

‘It’s all about getting the ball’: Broncos defense focused on takeaways, earns plenty during Day 1 of training camp
If the Broncos are going to improve their defense from a top 10 unit to one of the best in the league, safety Kareem Jackson knows his group will need to force more turnovers in 2020.

Broncos lineman Jurrell Casey feels safe amid COVID-19 concerns | 9news.com
Many of the NFL players who decided to opt-out of the 2020 season because of coronavirus concerns were big men.

Denver Broncos Odds 2020: Weekly Schedule, Betting Lines, Predictions
Denver Broncos betting guide 2020. Weekly schedule with betting spreads and totals, plus how to bet the Seahawks to win the AFC West and Super Bowl.

NFL News

Chargers News: Hard Knocks Episode 1 Recap - Bolts From The Blue
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49ers’ George Kittle — ‘Fun to see’ tight ends getting big deals
Fresh off officially signing a deal that makes him the highest-paid tight end in NFL history, George Kittle said it’s good to see the stars of the position getting the compensation they deserve.

Why the NFL can play football, and colleges can’t - The Boston Globe
The NFL ecosystem encompasses about 5,200 people. But college sports has hundreds of schools, and thousands upon thousands of athletes.

Packers, NT Kenny Clark agree to 4-year, $70M extension
Green Bay’s Kenny Clark becomes the highest-paid nose tackle in league history, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport and NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero report.

NFL family mourns passing of Midland native, legendary line coach Howard Mudd - mlive.com
Mudd, a three-time NFL all-pro, was an offensive line coach in the NFL from 1974 through 2012, including a Super Bowl title with Indianapolis.

Average age of primary NFL coaches entering the 2020 NFL season
A breakdown of the average age of NFL head coaches and coordinators for all 32 teams.

What the college football season’s uncertainty means for the NFL and 2021 NFL draft
What ends up happening with college football in 2020 is sure to impact the NFL. Here’s what we know right now.