Update: Dustin Lapray has filed his camp report. Tally-ho!
The Broncos are back on the practice field today (Thank goodness! Don't ever leave us again!), and they seem to have recovered well from a listless scrimmage. Touchdown bombs, interceptions, and false starts: at least it wasn't boring.
From Dave's Blog:
There were a heck of a lot more big plays than in recent practices. The defense dominated the first set of 11-on-11, but the offense played well in the middle part of practice, highlighted by a great 85-yard touchdown from Bush Hamdan to Vinny Perretta. That being said, the defense saw a pair of interceptions from Cedric Febis and Kyle Wilson in the final few minutes of practice
One of the picks was thrown by Hamdan, just in case you were getting your hopes up that someone was pulling away in this quarterback race.
While Southorn's report was encouraging, the Statesman's Chadd Cripe brings us some slightly more discouraging news:
Bad snaps, false starts and quick sacks left the offense frustrated.
But it wasn't all bad, right Chadd?
Freshman tailback Doug Martin darted up the middle for 35 yards.
Thanks. That makes us feel better.
The Broncos will have another practice later today, and we'll update this post as needed throughout the afternoon..