The second practice of training camp gave us a good feel as to how the morning and evening sessions will differ under Head Coach John Fox.
This morning had an all-business feel to it. And while the players were still getting in plenty of work in the evening, there was a much lighter vibe. In fact, at one point near the end of practice, Knowshon Moreno was doing handstands on the sideline.
Below are some notes from the walkthrough session.
Renaldo Hill was back out on the field and participating after missing the morning session due to dehydration. A few newcomers headed out to the field as well — the newly signed Von Miller and Quinton Carter.
In fact, the entire roster was on the field with the exception of rookies Rahim Moore — who agreed to terms with the club but hasn’t gotten into Dove Valley to sign his contract yet — and Nate Irving, who is the final rookie whose contract has not been finalized.
Even Demaryius Thomas was back on the field, wearing his No. 88 jersey but not participating.
LINE ‘EM UP
Miller and Carter got to work early, as both rookies were inserted into the first-unit defense for the majority of the session. Carter lined up alongside Renaldo Hill at safety, and Miller took over an outside linebacker spot with Joe Mays in the middle and D.J. Williams on the other side.
On the offensive side of the ball, Dan Gronkowski took some reps with the first unit.
There aren’t a ton of plays to be made during a walkthrough, but Miller managed to make a name for himself early on. The rookie snagged an interception from Kyle Orton, and laughed as he danced back to the sideline after the play.
The team is back on the field tomorrow afternoon from 2:20 to 5 p.m., and as usual the session is open to the public and free to attend.
Look for more videos, audio and another top story later this evening.
Below are photos from the abbreviated photo session at the start of practice.