2011 Training Camp – Day 5: P.M. Blog
August 1st, 2011 - 8:08pm by Gray Caldwell
Anytime the Broncos are on the field two times in a day, the second session is strictly a walkthrough with an extremely brief shooting period. For that reason, we most likely won’t have many photos for the P.M. blogs — if any.
But below are some quick hits from Monday’s evening practice.
Newcomers Derrick Harvey (No. 95), Dante Rosario (No. 49) and Daniel Fells (No. 86) hit the practice field at Dove Valley for the first time, watching the walkthrough from the sidelines.
Another new Bronco, David Anderson (No. 89), stood beside Brady Quinn during the first half of practice looking over the script of the session. Offensive Coordinator Mike McCoy joined their huddle a few times to interject.
D.J. Williams participated in the walkthrough after sitting out the morning session.
Von Miller wore his trademark glasses throughout the practice and a Broncos hat with the bill bent back up toward the sky. As I said, shooting period is limited so we didn’t get a shot of it — we’ll try to find it next time. Looks like it took a lot of work to bend it like that.
If Miller wearing glasses during practice didn’t emphasize the lightness of the walkthrough, maybe this will. After jogging through a play, Brandon Lloyd noticed a rabbit on the field and proceeded to bend down and try to coax it towards him. It didn’t work. The rabbit ran away and Lloyd ran back to the huddle to hear the next play call.
When he wasn’t on the field, Rahim Moore was almost always taking a knee beside Brian Dawkins, listening intently to the 16-year veteran.
The players have a day off Tuesday, but will be back on the field Wednesday afternoon at 2:20 in a session open to the public. Both McCoy and Defensive Coordinator Dennis Allen spoke to the media after practice, and we’ll have more on what they had to say on DenverBroncos.com shortly.
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