Evidence of the passing camp being held by Denver Broncos quarterback Case Keenum, Emmanuel Sanders, and others is surfacing…
Nobody knows where the Denver Broncos offensive players were planning to meet for an unofficial passing camp, but the secret location hasn’t prevented the players in attendance from sharing some of the goings on via their social media accounts.
Specifically, Broncos wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders shared some clips from the passing sessions featuring new Broncos quarterback Case Keenum.
The crew has even invited out former Broncos wide receiver Marlon Brown, who spent some time with the team from 2016-17 and was released just prior to the start of the 2017 season.
Everyone knew this gathering was going to eventually happen, but seeing some evidence of it is still exciting.
We can also determine from social media that Jeff Heuerman is not in attendance, which seems odd but some guys are (not wrongfully) protective of their limited vacation time.
From this particular video released by Sanders, we also see that rookie undrafted free agent Phillip Lindsay is in attendance.
That’s great news for those who are rooting for the former CU Buffaloes star to make the Broncos’ final roster.
While this passing camp is going on in secret, Von Miller is hosting an incredible event in the Ozarks, sponsored by Bass Pro Shops.
Again, not every Broncos pass rusher is at the event, but there are a ton of players there from across the league, both active and retired, including legendary Bruce Smith.
It’s very encouraging to see these Broncos players putting in valuable work over their downtime, and for guys like Keenum and Miller who are leading their respective sides of the football, it’s critical.
For Keenum specifically, getting chemistry with his new receivers and staying mentally sharp are two reasons why using some of the vacation time here over the next month to throw the football and just be around new teammates before training camp, which is just one month away.