As a fan who has attended many training camp practices over the years, I find it odd to hear the new policies for the Denver Broncos this season.
From what I’ve read recently, the Broncos weren’t supposed to be allowing as many fans at their facilities for training camp and now are required to keep the numbers in check.
So today we hear that not only do you need to get a ticket to attend, but return it if you can’t attend. Maybe I’m just a jaded fan given the past 7 years of drudgery with this team, but I don’t think most fans are going to take the time.
And how many of you are going to be squatting on the ticketmaster site looking for tickets to pop up?
I guess the Broncos are trying to make the best situation for the fans given the circumstances. I’d hope that in the next few years we see them take steps to get the facility approved for more fan attendance. Training camp has been a big part of Broncos Country’s connection with the team dating back decades when they had camp in Greeley. I’d think a business that makes millions in profits could do something to keep that tradition alive.
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