Monday, July 18, 2011

Broncos May Start Training Camp Next Week

The Denver Broncos are scheduled to begin a two-week mandatory Training Camp starting Thursday, July 28th, according to Mike Klis of the Denver Post. If the lockout is lifted before then, Denver fans will get to see the 2011 club practice together for the first time.
Whistle twirling is dead. Bring on Camp Fox.

Reports point to NFL owners and players signing off Thursday on a new collective bargaining agreement.

If true, the Broncos are tentatively scheduled to open Camp Fox — the team's first training camp under the direction of new coach John Fox — on July 28 at their Dove Valley complex in Arapahoe County.

But if all goes well, Broncos training camp is near.

Fox has replaced Josh McDaniels, who constantly twirled his coach's whistle as he instructed, barked and watched during his two training camps [with Denver].

If the Broncos do start next Thursday, they'll have two weeks to prepare for the Dallas Cowboys, who they'll face in Dallas on August 11th to kick off the preseason. Training Camp will again be open to the public this season, giving fans a chance to view most practice sessions from the sidelines.

We'll have more coverage of the CBA talks and news about Denver's offseason schedule in the coming days, stay tuned.

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