The 5 Biggest Takeaways from Denver Broncos Rookie Minicamp

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The 5 Biggest Takeaways from Denver Broncos Rookie Minicamp
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The Denver Broncos concluded their 2013 rookie minicamp on Sunday afternoon.

The team had more than 30 players at their Dove Valley facility for practices, from drafted and undrafted rookies to a handful of players trying out for the team.

On Sunday evening, via the team's official Twitter account, the team announced the signings of linebacker Damien Holmes and defensive end Lanston Tanyi (who both worked out for the team) and the release of linebacker Doug Rippy (defensive end Gary Mason Jr. also failed his physical earlier in the week, removing him from the roster).

"This is a great opportunity for the rookies, whether they're draft picks or college free agents, to come in and get a little bit of the head start on the veterans," Coach John Fox told DenverBroncos.com.

Here are a few post-minicamp observations:

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