Broncos Back to Work After Long Weekend, Golf Outing

Broncos defensive lineman 1st Lt Ben Garland is congratulated after officially being sworn-in as a member of the 140th wing of the Colorado air national guard by Brig Gen Trulan A. Eyre, 140th wing commander (left) by Air Force Falcons head coach Troy Calhoun (second from the right) and head coach John Fox (right). (Ron Chenoy-US PRESSWIRE)

The Denver Broncos were back at it Wednesday for week two of OTA’s.

The team had Friday through Monday off, and then they went golfing as a group on Tuesday.

“I think it’s a good team building opportunity,” John Fox said of the golf outing. “Guys get a chance to spend a little time with the offense if they’re on defense, and vice versa…It’s good camaraderie.”

Coach Fox wouldn’t say who won the 9-hole round, but he’s happy to say that there aren’t any really good golfers on the team.

“What’s good is we don’t have a good golfing football team. We’re focused on the football end of it,” Fox chuckled.

Of course back to the football field after a long break means shaking off the dust.

“I think it was evident, particularly offensively, we were on a four and a half day hiatus, but that’s what happens,” Fox said. “We gave them a little break. I think they enjoyed their Memorial weekend. Now we’ve just got to get back to business.”

The rest of this week’s practices will be closed to the media, but players will be available afterwards to chat about the week.

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