5 Things We've Learned from the Denver Broncos OTAs

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5 Things We've Learned from the Denver Broncos OTAs
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The Denver Broncos have entered the second week of voluntary minicamp at Dove Valley. It’s “Phase 3” of the offseason, and the installation continues on both sides of the ball.

Broncos defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio commented on Tuesday that about 75 percent of the defensive playbook was installed. Offensive coordinator Adam Gase says the offense is coming along at a similar pace.

“We’re close to the same. We’re on the same schedule. We kind of work together as far as what’s going in personnel-wise, formations and some of our specialty plays. So we’re at about the same track. Our younger guys, for the most part, they are spinning a little bit.” Gase concluded, “Our older guys do a better job of handling everything.”

During the offseason we don’t know exactly what the final product will look like. We’re left to assemble clues from practice observations and comments from coaches and players.

Here are five things we’ve learned from Broncos OTAs so far.

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