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Brandon Marshall to receive defensive signals while Danny Trevathan heals

Linebacker Brandon Marshall will receive defensive signals in Danny Trevathan's stead... C.J. Anderson goes a little Wes Welker with his post-concussion football gear... Camp notes from Day 22.

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We start today, though, by pausing to give our support to former Broncos, Chiefs and Raiders safety Kyle McCarthy. McCarthy, 27, has announced that he has cancer. The cancer is "very treatable," says McCarthy, formerly of Notre Dame, who thanked friends and family in his statement. On behalf of everyone at MHR, our thoughts are with you. Broncos Country is with you, Kyle!

Linebacker Brandon Marshall will receive defensive signals in Danny Trevathan's stead.

C.J. Anderson returned to practice, as we know, but he was also boasting one of the NFL's new helmets designed in the fight against concussions.

Training camp reports from Day 22:  Denver BroncosLegwoldDenver PostMHR. The Broncos turned up the volume in practice (a little "Kung Fu Fighting", anyone?), while defensive players are starting to feel the burn from facing Peyton Manning every day.

How good will these Broncos be when Chris Harris Jr. and Von Miller are full-speed? It's coming soon. Meanwhile, two other lesser-known Broncos defenders are eyeing a comeback from 2013.

Videos: Tons of Broncos taking the Ice Bucket Challenge (but a few are still due).

Randy Gradishar will surprise a longtime fan, suffering from Cerebral Palsy, with a VIP experience. Very cool.

Ben Roethlisberger says he felt slighted by Emmanuel Sanders' comments saying Peyton Manning was better than him in all possible metrics of human being-ness.

In response to the response to the NFL's response to Ray Rice's suspension, the NFL is considering tougher penalties for domestic violence cases.