Broncos Training Camp Notes: Marshall Holds Out, Jordan Running With First Team

Michael HicksContributor IJuly 31, 2009

ENGLEWOOD, CO - MAY 03:  Running back LaMont Jordan #32 participates in Denver Broncos Minicamp at the Broncos training facility on May 3, 2009 in Englewood, Colorado.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

News and notes from observations at Friday night's session of Day One of training camp:

-- Brandon Marshall didn't practice in the night session after a good (reported) earlier session.

-- LaMont Jordan is running with first team, Correll Buckhalter with second team and Ryan Torain with third team. Remember, Knowshon Moreno is not in camp yet as he waits to get a contract deal done.

-- First-team WRs for most of night session were Eddie Royal and Jabar Gaffney. Brandon Stokley played in the slot with Daniel Graham at TE.

-- Team ran a lot of group drills after going through stretching exercises.

-- Offense ran a number of short five- and 10-yard in-and-out patterns, including a nice catch by rookie Kenny McKinley.

-- Passing game looked rough when it went up against the secondarya lot of deflections and near interceptions.

-- Kenny McKinley made a couple of nice long catches from Chris Simms.

-- Team threw a number of swing passes to the left flat to Peyton Hills.

-- Correll Buckhalter had one nice inside handoff run.

-- Brian Dawkins nearly picked off one of Simms' passes.

-- WR C.J. Jones got rocked on one offensive play. Left practice, but came back later.

-- DE Tim Crowder would've had a sure sack on rookie QB Tom Brandstater on one play. QBs are wearing non-contact red jerseys.

-- Rookies Alphonso Smith and Kenny McKinley were working on kickoff returns along with Eddie Royal.