Denver Broncos: One thing we learned at every position through OTAs
The Denver Broncos have completed their OTA work, and the next time they meet will be for training camp in July. What have we learned about this team?
The Denver Broncos have finished up their offseason work and will not be back on the field together until July when training camp opens.
We will have a lot to discuss prior to training camp opening up, but I want to take a look at where things are as of right now.
Vic Fangio started implementing his system all the way back in January, but the 90-man roster was not fully shaped and formed until May when the Broncos had completed the draft and their post-draft rookie free agent pool.
With the 90-man roster mostly in place, the Broncos were obviously to truly hit the ground running and get the young players up to speed with what they want to do.
Fangio said the systems offensively and defensively are about “90 percent” where he wants them to be.
This is a great development considering on-field work is limited this time of year and the Broncos are breaking in both a new offense and a new defense, it’s not like they’re just acclimating a few new players to what they are doing.
It seems right now like everyone is on the same page and moving in the right direction, but what did we learn about each individual position group? Let’s take a look.