Denver Broncos Training Camp: Day Four Observations

ENGLEWOOD, CO - AUGUST 05: Outside linebacker Von Miller
ENGLEWOOD, CO - AUGUST 05: Outside linebacker Von Miller /
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ENGLEWOOD, CO – AUGUST 05: Outside linebacker Von Miller /

The Denver Broncos took to their 2015 Super Bowl roots suffocating every opportunity for the offense on day four of Training Camp.

While Denver Broncos quarterback’s Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch were underwhelming, the defense made it hard to find any breathing room on offense. This is a good sign considering the glaring weakness is the defensive line and linebackers.

The No Fly Zone played at its usual self throughout the day. For the defense to get back to the Super Bowl they must create turnovers and make it uncomfortable for an entire offense.

The Broncos revamped their coaching staff with star studded staff, but it was the defensive staff that caught my eye. Plenty of discipline is shown by coaches to help get the most out of a player. This type of style is one Vance Joseph wanted as a template for his coaching. There was a glimpse of it with Jamaal Carter.

Entering last year, the Broncos struggled in the red zone. The Broncos must find creative ways to get the offense rolling in those situations. Whether splitting the tight ends or using gadget plays, the team must spread out the defense to get the best look possible. They have players in every area to ensure better chemistry.

Recently, the Broncos signed Stevan Ridley to add depth due to the injury to Devontae Booker. Expectation is a week or two recovery. Broncos should not worry too much about the injury, but it is a tough blow early in camp. Ridley is an intriguing camp body due to talent in previous years. He shined bright on day four of Training Camp.

Here are my observations from day four.