The Denver Broncos kicked off training camp last week and haven't looked back since.
Fans stretching with the team before practice has apparently become a thing at Dove Valley, as the above photo by MileHighReport.com's Casey Barrett shows. The Denver Post has video of the fan stretching.
In the meantime, it has been business as usual for the Broncos. There have been a few injuries here and a few bad throws there, but beyond that, camp has gone over smoothly thus far.
Let's take a look at some of the best shots from training camp.
On day one, 123 members of the media covered Denver's training camp practice.
The media presence has obviously not been that high in the days following the first practice, but the Broncos have certainly become a media darling. Going forward, coverage of the team will only increase.
The pads came on for the first time at Dove Valley on Saturday.
Next week (August 3), the Broncos will hold a team scrimmage at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Admission is free, and the pads will be smacking.
It's that time of year again.
Across the NFL, rookies are going through mild hazing. The most common, of course, is shoulder pad duties.
Denver's owner and CEO, Pat Bowlen, is on the cusp of NFL history.
With 292 wins, Bowlen is just eight victories away from 300 W's. If the Broncos hit eight victories this season, Bowlen will have been one of the fastest owners to ever reach 300 victories.
Wes Welker is the new attraction in Denver, but he should not overshadow Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker. The trio of receivers have seemingly already started to click.
Star outside linebacker Von Miller is facing a pending four-game suspension (which he is appealing), but until any possible suspensions become official, it will be business as usual for Denver's defense.
Miller has been practicing with the first-team defense and has looked good through camp thus far.
Rookie defensive tackle Sylvester Williams, who was drafted by the team 28th overall in April, gave fans a slight scare on Monday when he limped off the practice field with a knee injury.
Take this with a grain of salt, but Montee Ball hasn't been overly impressive this summer.
ESPN's Cecil Lammey says Ball hasn't "wowed" him throughout camp and has a lot of work to do, adding that he has been poor in pass protection. A positive is that Ball has looked good as a receiver out of the backfield.
Don't put too much stock into training camp scouting reports—Ball hasn't been flashy, but he has a lot of camp left and the entire preseason to improve.