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Day two of Broncos Training Camp is in the books!" Denver Broncos Training Camp2019 Denver Broncos Training Camp: Day 2 news and notes New Womens Noah Fant Jersey ,21commentsDay two of Broncos Training Camp is in the books!MDTDay two of Broncos camp is now in the books and we had another eventful practice to recap. It was another hot one, but that didn’t stop Head Coach Vic Fangio from being out there in his sweatshirt.We have a plan on replacing Todd Davis, Kevin Hogan’s struggles, a little bit quieter camp, Bryce Callahan not playing the slot? and Jeff Holland playing inside linebacker. Disclaimer: I was not at camp and this is just a collection of news and notes from other sources with my thoughts and opinions sprinkled in.Alexander Johnson replaces Todd Davis in the starting lineupAt least for today, the hard hitting Alexander Johnson was given the first crack at replacing injured starting inside linebacker, Todd Davis. He joined the Broncos last season and is listed at 6-2, 255 pounds. So he is a more traditional inside linebacker who will knock the snot out of you and be a force in stopping the run. These are the traits mentioned by Fangio when he was asked about Johnson after practice today.This is a great opportunity for Johnson to get some valuable first-team reps while also developing as a player. With Davis likely being out a month, he will have plenty of time to make his case for a roster spot and potentially even a starting job if Jewell struggles or something. However, while today was Johnson’s day to start in the middle, Fangio says it will likely change daily.I would assume that special teams ace Joe Jones would get the chance tomorrow with rookie Justin Hollins and Jeff Holland(more on that later) spelling in behind them. This quickly has become one of the more intriguing roster battles on the roster. Backup quarterback Kevin Hogan struggles againFor a second straight practice, veteran quarterback Kevin Hogan really stunk up the joint. Today he was credited with three interceptions as well as just some all around bad play.It was an ugly back to back performance from Hogan who some pegged to be the Broncos “veteran backup” over rookie Drew Lock. However, performances like this may have Hogan packing his bags to go back to Hollywood sooner rather than later. Linebacker Joe Jones intercepted Hogan the first-time, safety Su’a Cravens got him during team drills the second time, and pick machine De’Vante Bausby came away with the third one near the end of camp.Now, while we are all here picking apart Hogan’s play, Head Coach Vic Fangio is saying it’s all too early for that nonsense. I am sure that’s a nice public statement to make about your struggling veteran quarterback, but he cannot be pleased about his performance when going back to look at the tape. He may love the great plays his defense is making though. It has only been two practices, but Hogan is losing the number two quarterback competition as of now.No music during campIf you have been to a Broncos Training Camp practice the previous few summers, you will have to recall how loud the music was. It was used to replicate crowd noise and have both squads try to deal with that noise while still getting their calls and signals done.Well, it is a much quieter Training Camp this time around.Fangio was asked why the change in philosophy here and he told reporters that he simply does not find the music to be beneficial to the team and coaches.He was later asked if the music bothered him as an assistant coach or coordinator and Fangio said “Yeah, I don’t like it. I don’t like to have to yell to communicate to a player that’s standing as close as me and you are. That makes no sense.”. This move may scream “no fun police” to some, but I like it. It screams old school disciplined football. Focusing on teaching and actually being able to communicate with his players and coaches. The first week or so of practice is always about teaching, developing Womens Bradley Chubb Jersey , and growth. There are a time and place to replicate crowd noise, but I’m with Fangio here. Bryce Callahan an outside corner?When Callahan signed with the Broncos, many assumed(myself included) that he would take over the slot position and allow Chris Harris to play outside more. Well, Harris is playing outside more, but it sounds like Callahan might be as well.After practice, Fangio was asked about where he thought Callahan made his biggest strides as a player while in Chicago. He went on and complimented him up and down while finishing his comment by saying “you may not see him in nickel”.I found this surprising since that is what made Callahan’s name last season in Chicago. He was a highly graded slot corner by Pro Football Focus and was a key member to that top-ranked Bears defense. However, Fangio was the mastermind behind that defense and knows his player’s strengths, weaknesses, and capabilities better than us.This is also a vote of confidence to the depth behind Harris and Callahan. If he is indeed playing outside, it means that Kareem Jackson will be at safety where he has played mostly during camp and allow Yiadom and Bausby to play in sub-packages. I would assume that Callahan would stay outside while Harris moved to the slot and Yiadom would play the other outside corner position with Jackson moving around depending the matchup. At the very least, it gives Fangio a bunch of chess pieces to work with. Callahan was asked about the versatility of the Broncos secondary and he thinks it will give them an advantage during the season.If this unit can stay healthy, I think the Broncos secondary will be much improved this coming season. Jeff Holland playing inside linebacker?I found this to be one of the more interesting nuggets to come out of camp today. Holland was pegged by many(myself included again) to likely be the third edge rusher coming off the bench for the Broncos. That may very well be the case, but he is also working at inside linebacker according to Head Coach Vic Fangio.Fangio was asked about what Holland’s biggest adjustment will be and simply stated that newness of the position will obviously be the biggest adjustment he will need to make.This is interesting because it adds another name into the inside linebacker conversation. Josey Jewell is projected to be the other starting inside linebacker for the Broncos but his job is far from a lock. Now you have another linebacker potentially gunning for his job.Also, this is the second edge rusher we have learning edge rusher and inside linebacker. Rookie Justin Hollins has been doing it all camp and is a bit of a darkhorse to be your sub-package linebacker this season. It will be interesting to see how Holland fairs in this role. Injury reportTight end Bug Howard returned to practice after sitting out day 1 with a stomach bugPunter Colby Wadman returned to practice after missing day one because of a family matter9NEWS Denver’s Mike Klis tweeted out that UDFA wide receiver Ronnell Guerrier was not practicing todayStarting linebacker Todd Davis remained sidelined for 3 to 4 weeks with a calf injuryNews and notesDefensive back Kareem Jackson has been taking all his individual reps with the safeties not the corners.Wide receiver Courtland Sutton had a bounce back day and made an impressive catch during practice.Von Miller was doing Von Miller things and recorded what would have been back to back sacks during a live game.Rookie guard Jake Brendel took some first-team reps today for guard Ron Leary who is still being eased into action. Don Barclay took those reps during day 1 so this is a battle to watch moving forward.Tight end Bug Howard made the catch of the day according to Andrew Mason. He leaped over four defenders to make the catch over the middle of the field from quarterback Brett Rypien.Tweets from campQuotableHead Coach Vic Fangio on if they let QB Drew Lock throw with a side arm.“I think a quarterback that can change his arm angles is a positive when it’s needed. I don’t think you want to do it when you don’t have to do it. Obviously if somebody’s in my face and I might have to do that, that’s good to have that talent, but if I’m here strong in the pocket I want to throw over the top, nice and strong and not rely on side arm. It’s good that he can do that, but he needs to use it when he needs to not when he doesn’t need to. I think that’s part of what I said yesterday. His college offense really had no carry over to pro offenses and he was under duress a lot of times at his college, so a lot of his plays he was running around. I don’t think he’s far along being a ready NFL quarterback as he could have been. That’s what I mean when he’s got to get ready. He’s not a quarterback yet. He’s a hard throwing pitcher that doesn’t know how to pitch yet, so the faster he gets that the better off he’ll be and we’ll be.”Chris Harris Jr. on the difference in a Head Coach Vic Fangio run practice.“It’s quieter (laughter). A lot of learning and a lot of coaching and learning. It’s training camp, same thing every year. To me, it’s just who’s going to last when we get to next week, when guys start falling down and guys start taking it to another level who’s going to be able to raise their bar when we get a couple weeks into camp. That’s when you find out who can really make this team.”Guard Ron Leary on what he likes about the running scheme.“I love the running scheme. I think it fits all our backs and us up front perfectly. As far as hard to pick up, I mean it’s just a new offense. Regardless of where you’re at if it’s a new offense there’s going to be things that you’re going to have to study a little bit more to pick up on. Everybody has been in their playbook all the time. I know two days into this there’s less mental errors then there was already. Two days and OTAs Womens John Elway Jersey , so that’s a positive. Like I said, we just want to be good man. You get tired of being bad, so you just want to be good. Everybody has that same attitude and mentality, so I think you all will see something good this year.” ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — New Broncos coach Vic Fangio isn’t just bringing his defensive philosophies from Chicago. He plucked outside linebackers coach Brandon Staley off the Bears‘ staff for a similar role in Denver, and then brought secondary coach Ed Donatell over to serve as his defensive coordinator.Donatell has spent the last four seasons as the Bears’ defensive backs coach, coinciding with Fangio’s stint as Chicago’s defensive coordinator before his hiring in Denver last week. He spent the four seasons before that doing the same for Fangio in San Francisco.A former defensive coordinator in Green Bay and Atlanta, Donatell has twice coached the secondary in Denver, first for Mike Shanahan from 1995 to 1999 and again for Josh McDaniels in 2000.“Ed’s been an integral part of top-10 defenses for six of the last eight seasons in two different places, and he’s a great fit to be our defensive coordinator,” Fangio said Tuesday night. “Having worked very closely with him for a number of years, Ed has a strong understanding of the entire defense from the front end to the back end with the defensive backs being his specialty.“He’s a very good teacher and believes in the fundamentals in the classroom and on the field.”Fangio, however, will make the defensive play calls himself.“They hired me because of my work on the defensive side of the ball. I’m going to give them my work on the defensive side of the ball,” Fangio said last week. “I believe, for the most part, I’m pretty good at it.”Fangio also was interviewing 49ers QBs coach Rich Scangarello on Tuesday about his offensive coordinator job after rebuffing Gary Kubiak , who joined the Minnesota Vikings as an assistant head coach and offensive adviser Monday.Scangarello (scain-guh-REL-oh) would seem a good fit for an offense that general manager John Elway declared needs to modernize to keep up with teams around the NFL who are all-in on the run-pass option, among other innovations.Staley, 36, goes from having Khalil Mack as his prized pupil to tutoring Broncos star Von Miller .n helping the Bears (12-5) qualify for the playoffs for the first time in eight years despite missing all of training camp before the Raiders traded him to Chicago just before opening weekend.Miller posted 14 1/2 sacks last year and teamed with rookie Bradley Chubb (12 sacks) to form the NFL’s most potent pass-rushing duo. Fangio and Elway have said they believe Miller can get even better.Playing with a lead would go a long way in that quest. The Broncos (6-10) were awful under offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave last year, punting on their opening drive in each of their last nine games.Neither Musgrave nor defensive coordinator Joe Woods will return in 2019. Special teams coordinator Tom McMahon is expected to have the same role when Fangio finalizes his coaching staff.The Broncos didn’t technically have an outside linebackers coach last year despite having three first-round picks at the position in Miller, Chubb and Shane Ray. Former Cowboys and Broncos star DeMarcus Ware was a volunteer coach for the edge rushers but he missed long stretches of the season while competing on “Dances with the Stars” last fall.

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