Top 4 players who stood out on Day 10 of Denver Broncos training camp
Which four players stood out the most on Day 10 of Denver Broncos training camp? With the pads back on, we take a look at some who made headlines.
The Denver Broncos were back in full pads and with high intensity on Day 10 of training camp, and things got a little heated.
The first fight of camp took place between defensive lineman McTelvin Agim and offensive lineman Ben Braden, but they came together with head coach Nathaniel Hackett and hugged it out before finally moving on.
The Broncos are officially just one week away from hosting the Dallas Cowboys in a preseason game, and less than one week away from hosting the Cowboys for joint practices.
Which players stood out in the final practice of the week for the team (Broncos do not practice on Sunday)?
Let’s take a look at four players who seemed to stand out to those in attendance at practice.
Denver Broncos training camp Day 10 standout: Mike Boone, RB
As the preseason approaches, I think we can expect to see a healthy dose of Mike Boone for the Denver Broncos at the running back position.
The Broncos aren’t going to screw around with Javonte Williams and Melvin Gordon in the preseason. They know what those guys bring to the table.
We might see some of Williams and Gordon, but if I were a betting man, I would be willing to bet that Boone is going to be the primary back getting carries early and often in the preseason.
He was out there showing off his wheels at Denver Broncos training camp on Day 10 as well…
If the Denver Broncos keep three backs, Boone will be the fastest among them. He has big-time speed but unfortunately, due to an injury, we really didn’t get to see much from him last season.
He has special teams ability and three-down capabilities offensively.
A healthy Boone simply gives the Denver Broncos yet another option in an embarrassment of riches offensively.