Denver Broncos Training Camp: Day Four Observations
When Vance Joseph was hired he created a winning mindset all through the rest of the coaching staff. It is this mindset that can trickle to the players. This “culture of winning” Joseph made a point of emphasis the minute he took the reins of head coach.
“Obviously having talent equals winning. The culture is set by the head coach and it’s set by the staff. I think being a leader of men means you can get guys to follow you. It’s a tough business and it’s a tough, long season. It takes convincing to do hard things in life. I think having the ability to have guys follow you and follow you anywhere, that’s an ability I have with players. That’s a trait that most head coaches have that are winning,” Joseph said in his new hire press conference.
Kyle Sloter made an ill-advised decision to throw to Hunter Sharp in the back of the end zone. Problem is no one was in the area except for Jamaal Carter. Carter dropped an easy interception from Sloter. Carter never made it back to the huddle before being pulled aside to do push-ups.
This drive from the coaches sparks the players to be the best they can. Joseph prides himself on becoming a leader for this team and it is trickling to each and every member of the staff.