The Denver Broncos have officially announce their training camp dates for the start of the 2018 season. The fun starts on July 28th.
Buckle up Broncos Country. The Denver Broncos have finally announce their training camp dates as we inch closer to the beginning of the season.
On Saturday July 28th, the Denver Broncos will begin their 2018 season with their first training camp practice of the season. There will be thirteen dates for Broncos fans to choose to go see the team. There will be some familiar faces as well as some new ones.
These dates will include the last two featuring the Chicago Bears. The Broncos will host them for joint practices ahead of their preseason meeting on Saturday August 18th.
If you plan on attending, be sure to get there when the gates open at 8 AM MST. From there, practices will be held on the dates above from 9:30 AM to Noon MST.
Training camp is a great way for the fans to check out how the team is shaping up heading into the season. Some of the bigger questions will be answered during this practices.
For the first time since Peyton Manning announced his retirement, the starting quarterback job will not be focused on. However, the battle for the backup spot will be up for grabs. Chad Kelly and Paxton Lynch will lock horns and see who backs up Case Keenum.
The position that I will be focused on are the wide outs. There is so much uncertainty behind Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders. With Courtland Sutton and DaeSean Hamilton drafted by the team, it will get interesting fast.
If you would like any information regarding training camp, you can follow the link here.
Get ready for 2018 Broncos Country. It is just around the corner.