The Denver Broncos finished up their second set of OTAs last week. Tomorrow, they'll have their final three-day OTA session before mandatory minicamp, which runs from June 11-13.
It hasn't been all work and no play, though, especially for quarterback Peyton Manning.
In addition to working out with his top three receivers—Demaryius Thomas, Eric Decker and Wes Welker—at Duke University, Manning has also spent time on a USO tour, hit a hole in one at Castle Pines Golf Club and took a group of teammates to watch a Rockies-Yankees baseball game.
"He [has done] a couple things; he did a couple things last year, camaraderie-type building things. Without going into great details, he’s definitely stepping up that way,” Head Coach John Fox said after practice on Thursday, according to denverbroncos.com.
Getting back to business, the team has been making progress at OTAs.