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Here are the news and notes from day 5 of Broncos camp." Denver Broncos Training Camp2019 Denver Broncos Training Camp: Day 5 news and notesNew Jeff Heuerman Color Rush Jersey ,19commentsHere are the news and notes from day 5 of Broncos camp.MDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:2019 Denver Broncos Training Camp: Day 5 news and notesTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by AAron Ontiveroz/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty ImagesDay 5 of Broncos camp is in the books and today was a rough day for the Broncos offense. The defense has been dominating all of camp and that continued today as the team heads into their first day off during camp.Today we have the Broncos offense continuing to struggle, UDFA receiver/returner Trinity Benson continuing to turn heads, Barclay replacing Leary, news and notes, an injury report, quotables, and more.Note: I was not at camp and this is just a collection of news and notes from other sources with my thoughts and opinions sprinkled in.Offense continues to struggleAfter a promising performance by the Broncos offense on day 4, they took a step back today with a sluggish performance by pretty much everyone. You had passes tipped at the line, interceptions, would be sacks, penalties, dropped balls, and just a performance that leaves some worrying about Rich Scangarello’s offense. After five days and five practices, the offense has consistently struggled, but Head Coach Vic Fangio said he isn’t panicking yet. “not really, yes, but not panic yet. Talk to me in a couple weeks and see.”Fangio was also asked about the amount of drops the Broncos offense has had during this first week of practices. He kept it simple and told reporters that the players “need to stay focused and not be worried about getting hit”.I am staying patient with the Broncos offense. It’s still just July 22nd, you have a new offense, a new offensive coordinator, and a tough defense on the opposite side of the field. They need time to grow and have plenty of time to do just that. It is the benefits of being in the Hall Of Fame game and the Broncos will need every practice they can get to prepare for the 2019 season. UDFA wide receiver Trinity Benson continues to stand outThe explosive undrafted wide receiver continued to impress today during the Broncos practice. He was one of the lone bright spots on the offensive side of the ball and has continued to help his chances at making the 53-man roster. Fangio was asked about Benson after practice and he said he hasn’t watched him much but Special Teams coach Tom McMahon told him that he has been progressing well.Your top five wide receivers on the depth chart(injury depending) is pretty locked in. Sanders, Sutton, Hamilton, Patrick, and Winfree. The sixth receiver is often a returner and that is exactly what Benson is.Really looks like that final wide receiver spot will come down to Brendan Langley and Trinity Benson. So that will be a battle to watch during the coming days and weeks.Don Barclay replaces LearyWith veteran guard Ron Leary still working his way back to injury, the Broncos decided to give him a rest day as they head into their first day off of camp. This allowed veteran Don Barclay to step into that first-team right guard spot.Head Coach Vic Fangio told reporters that it is a benefit to have someone like Barclay on the roster who has experience, but that alone won’t help him win a 53-man roster spot. Barclay has received those first-team reps all offseason so his odds of making the roster are good right now. With Leary’s injury history, it is very likely that he or one of the other reserves will get some starts this season. So getting work with the first team now makes sense.Injury reportGuard Ron Leary was given a day off today. No Injury concern Menelik Watson Jersey , just simply a veteran day off for a guy coming off injury. Standout rookie wide receiver Juwann Winfree sat out practice todayWide receiver RIver Cracraft sat out practice with a muscle injury. He will likely miss a few more practices. Oft injured tight end Jake Butt sat out his second straight practice today because he wasn’t feeling right. Fangio hopes he can practice Wednesday but they will have to see how he feels. Offensive lineman Chaz Green was carted off the field but per 9NEWS Denver’s Mike Klis, he was just dehydrated and having issues with the heat. Tweets from campQuotablesVic Fangio on his philosophy behind holding longer practices during training camp“I just think guys have to practice. The only way you get better is to practice and get more reps. One thing you all need to keep in mind is there are 90 guys out there. Although we’re out there a long time, there’s nobody getting more than maybe a third of the reps, so individually it’s not that long other than being out there. But, that’s how long a game is. If we were to throw a halftime break in here, it would probably be right at about three hours, so that’s good. The other thing is we’re just practicing one-a-day and as you guys have noticed and alluded to, we’re not doing walk through too often so they’re off their feet int he afternoon. I think it makes a lot of sense.”Adam Gotsis on which young player has impresed him so far“Both the young guys in our room, Dre’Mont [Jones] and ‘D’ (Deyon Sizer). They’re both awesome. They’re coming in, they’re rookies, they’re working hard and they’re doing everything they can. They’re ears are open to all of us help coach them up. As a rookie, you have to be a sponge and absorb anything that these vets can tell you. I think they’ve done an awesome job of that. Dalton’s doing awesome at left guard, doing really good. At the back end we’ve got a lot of young corners that are really stepping up as well. It’s going to be an exciting year, I think. We have so much talent out there and we’re really building that type culture on defense where it doesn’t matter who lines up in front of us, we’re going to go out there and do what we need to do to win the game.”Kareem Jackson on cornerback Isaac Yiadom“Isaac’s been making some huge strides. This is my first year being here with him, but from what I’ve seen he has some good zie and has great ability. We’ll definitely be counting on him to play huge role in this defense this year. For me, it’s all about being here and helping him progress each and every day. For us as a secondary, it’s all about being one, being a whole and being one. As he goes and the rest of us go, so it’s all about helping each other go.” Let’s discuss the most exciting position battles as we head into Day 2 of the Broncos’ 2019 Training Camp." Denver Broncos Training CampTraining Camp Roundtable: Ready, Set, Position Battle!New,10commentsLet’s discuss the most exciting position battles as we head into Day 2 of the Broncos’ 2019 Training Camp.MDTSafeties/SecondarySadaraine: “I’m far and away most interested in our safety position and what happens in that unit. We have no more aging hold overs back there and are going to see a real battle for a bunch of young guns trying to solidify their role on the team.Your starters are most likely Will Parks and Justin Simmons, but look out for Jamal Carter. He’s always flashed for me as a talented young player with the ability to read and react.”Jeff: “In the vein of Sad’s comments, I think the secondary as a whole will be super intriguing to watch and see how that shakes out. We have 5 guys who I think could end up making the roster as a corner (Jackson, Harris, Callahan https://www.broncosfanstore.com/Darian-Stewart-Jersey , Yiadom, Bausby), but Jackson also could fit into the safety position, where it is crowded as well with Simmons, Parks, Carter, and Cravens. “Who gets those final spots and winds up being the 4th/5th corner is what I’ll be keeping an eye on.”Kareem Jackson’s presence and position versatility have cornerback and safety intertwined for the Broncos to a degree we haven’t often seen before. There are several position battles to track in this group including starting safeties, backup safeties, and backup cornerbacks.Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY SportsWide ReceiverAdam: “I don’t want to say the same thing as everyone else, so I am going to give another battle that seems to be getting overlooked. Wide receiver. With Emmanuel Sanders coming back from injury, and Courtland Sutton, DaeSean Hamilton, and Tim Patrick possibly making big strides, it will be interesting to see how that group shakes out. And will there be any other challengers, like 6th round draft pick Juwann Winfree out of Colorado. Not a battle as much as a group to watch that could have a huge impact on the offense.”The sudden retirement of Aaron Burbridge, and his replacement by Steven Dunbar, shook up the bottom of this group right as camp started. While the top 3 guys in this group are pretty well set, there’s going to be intense competition between guys like Tim Patrick, River Cracraft, Juwann Winfree, and Trinity Benson over the 4th and 5th WR spots.Running BackKyle B: “Running back is an interesting one. Will this coaching staff believe in Lindsay the way the previous one did? Lindsay is a huge question mark coming off wrist injury, unsure if work load should remain the same.”Keep an eye out to see how the 1A/1B setup between Lindsay and Freeman is sorted out, though it may end up being a week-to-week thing. But don’t forget about the rest of the RBs either. Is Devontae Booker really entrenched as the 3rd RB? Devontae Jackson impressed yesterday, Khalfani Muhammed has a ton of speed, and the team seems likely to bring back 2018 7th round pick David Williams to boot.Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports(Backup) QuarterbackIan St. Clair: “Safety and tight end are at the top of the list, but I’ll add another one just for intrigue — backup quarterback. I know Lock is setup to sit a year and just learn, but what if he does enough to warrant being the backup? I have no idea if Lock will or can do that Max Garcia Color Rush Jersey , and there is certainly no expectation that he does. But that lack of pressure is why Lock is one to watch over the course of camp and the preseason.”Taylor: “The backup QB battle should be pretty intriguing. There are lots of questions to answer there, though I won’t be surprised if the team is intentionally pretty quiet about this position battle. Can Hogan show enough to earn a veteran backup role? Will Lock develop enough to overtake him and be trusted as the backup? How will Rypien shape up beside those two? Is there a chance the two rookies could wind up knocking Hogan off the roster completely? Fingers crossed for a strong competition on the practice field, and calm and patient interest from the fanbase... do I ask too much?”Joe Flacco is the unquestioned starter, but Kevin Hogan cannot afford to take it easy in his spot as the backup QB. The outcome may not even be in Hogan’s hands if Lock does well enough.Bonus: Backup Edge RushersNone of our staff members chose this battle when I polled them, but it’s an important one. The Broncos have arguably the best pair of edge rushers in the NFL- Miller and Chubb did in fact have more sacks combined than any other pair of edge rushers in the NFL in 2018. But the position group gets thin fast behind the dynamic duo.Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY SportsMiller & Chubb may well both play 85-95% of the snaps this year, but there will be times when they’re given a break. The Broncos need guys to step up so that the defense can’t be taken advantage of in those moments. Moreover, the team needs someone to be able to step up if either of them misses a few weeks with an injury.In that regard, Jeff Holland and Malik Reed are two young guys to watch. Both have the potential to be the next Shaq Barrett to come out of the ranks of the Broncos’ undrafted players.Double Bonus: Inside LinebackerI’m including this because the staff discussion happened well before yesterday’s injury to Todd Davis. Davis will be back before the regular season begins, but in the meantime Josey Jewell with his 9 starts and 459 career snaps is the lead guy in a very young inside linebacker group.Jewell himself needs to step up from his 2018 performance, and this is a perfect opportunity for him. But someone else will need to be playing beside him in base packages, and the role is basically wide open for whoever can step up and claim it. 5th round rookie Justin Hollins is a name to watch, as is veteran Dekoda Watson. But beyond them there are also Alexander Johnson, 2018 6th rounder Keishawn Bierria, Joseph Jones, Joe Dineen, and Josh Watson.One also wonders if the team might make some personnel moves in this position group to address the issue. But with any luck one of these guys will shine in the coming days.Triple Bonus: Returner On the MHR Radio Podcast (ApplePodcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher), Andrew Mason from the Broncos said he’s fascinated to see how the battle for kickoff and punt returner shapes up. He also talked about the gunners for added fun. In somewhat of a surprise, Mase thinks Booker will win the kickoff return job, and Hamilton will be the hands punt returner, a la Rod Smith in the early 2000s, inside the 10-yard line.
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