The Broncos hit the practice field for the fourth day of training camp Sunday afternoon, spending almost three hours in pads during one of those days where many of the players probably felt a mile closer to the sun than their offseason homes.
But the fans that braved the heat, and there was a lot of them judging by the packed hill, were rewarded as they were treated to an exciting day where the team focused heavily on red zone plays.
Newly acquired running back Willis McGahee and wide receiver David Anderson attended practice for the first time. Neither can participate until the new league year starts on Thursday, but both actively watched their new team. McGahee barely left the side of Running Backs Coach Eric Studesville, constantly asking him questions and trying to learn as much as he can about his new offense.
Linebacker D.J. Williams didn’t practice after sitting out Saturday morning’s padded practice, although he participated in the walkthrough Saturday evening. Running back LenDale White sat out practice as well with back spasms. Linebacker Dominic Douglas was waived.