With the Denver Broncos players reported for training camp and beginning on Saturday, the team revealed the new facilities for the players.
Hoping to continue driving the team in a new direction, the Denver Broncos have revealed quite a new look to the practice facilities. Chip Conway, Senior Vice President of Operations, provided a tour of the renovated practice facilities.
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Some of the new features include an auditorium exclusive to the defensive players only, a new training room that features a new recovery room as well as tripling the size of the existing tubs.
Conway mentions player requested cryo machines. These machines are used to drop temperatures to extreme cold for medical therapy. It is used to help with tissue damage. We have seen Von Miller jump into those machines often during his NFL career.
One fun addition that was not mentioned much was the big Connect Four board. It features red and blue pieces with the Denver Broncos alternative logo on them.
Another addition to the facilities was adding more seats to the team meeting room. This will come in handy for training camp since the team will have 90 players to seat plus coaches.
From the looks of it, the new facilities look really impressive. I live the new design and the additions they provided for the players. To me, it symbolizes change. It symbolizes a new attitude. The operations team listened to what they players wanted. And personnel believed in changing around a few places as well to provide to them.
The players will have access to the new facilities once training camp opens up this weekend. The first practice will take place on Saturday morning. Denver will look to improve from its distasteful 5-11 campaign. With new players and new personnel, the sky is the limit for the Denver Broncos in 2018 .