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<!-- body { font:12px Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; color: #000; background-color: #EEF2FB; margin: 0px; } --> The Denver Broncos completed their public training camp sessions. Attendance was light Denver Broncos T-Shirts , but one young fan had a pretty awesome moment with Von Miller." Denver Broncos Training CampDenver Broncos PhotosGallery: Day 17 of Broncos training campNew,14commentsThe Denver Broncos completed their public training camp sessions. Attendance was light, but one young fan had a pretty awesome moment with Von Miller. MDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Gallery: Day 17 of Broncos training campTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmail Grid View Broncos OLB Von Miller (58), Head Coach Vic Fangio (middle), and OLB Bradley Chubb (55) clap with the crowd. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos WR River Cracraft, the first one on the field, per the usual.Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Wide receiver DaeSean HamiltonCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos rookie WR Juwann WinfreeCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos rookie QB Drew LockCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos T Quinn BaileyCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos RB Phillip LindsayCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos ILB Alexander JohnsonCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Tight end Jake ButtCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Khalfani Muhammad, Broncos RBCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos G Don BarclayCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos ILB Josh WatsonCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos rookie T John LeglueCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Running back David WilliamsCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos RB Devontae Jackson (48) looks to slow down WR River Cracraft (11). Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Full back for the Broncos George AstonCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos rookie OLB Ahmad GoodenCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Rookie OL Dalton RisnerCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos rookie CB Rashard CauseyCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos LB Jamal CarterCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Fred Brown, Broncos WRCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos rookie TE Moral Stephens (88) and CB Linden StephensCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos S Shamarko Thomas (38) runs past WR Nick WilliamsCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos S Trey MarshallCasey Barrett - Mile High Report WR for the Broncos Steven Dunbar Jr.Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos rookie CB Alijah HolderCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos QB Kevin HoganCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos CB Bryce CallahanCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos WR River CracraftCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Safety for the Broncos Justin Simmons (31)Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Rookie RB Devontae JacksonCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos CB Isaac Yiadom (26)Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos S Dymonte ThomasCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos S Su’a Cravens (21) looks to slow down Trey Marshall (36)Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos WR Emmanuel SandersCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos S Trey MarshallCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos OLB Von Miller takes a selfie with the training camp fansCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Many members of the Broncos sign autographs on the final open to the public practice of training campCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos OLB Von Miller signs autographs of all kinds of variations. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos NT Shelby Harris tosses a freshly autographed ball back to a fan.Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos DE Adam Gotsis signs a fans footballCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos DE Derek Wolfe signs a young fans jerseyCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Von Miller takes a selfie with a fan.Casey Barrett - Mile High Report A little fan watches Von Miller autograph his capCasey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos OLB Bradley Chubb signs autographs for fans Broncos rookie QB Drew Lock signs a young fan’s shirt. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders has some fun with the fans. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Broncos rookie OL Dalton Risner poses with kids that are a part of his foundation, Risener Up.Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Dalton Risner and the Risner Up Foundation posse. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Emmanuel Sanders talks with members of the media. Casey Barrett - Mile High Report Bradley Chubb speaks with the press after practiceCasey Barrett - Mile High ReportThe Denver Broncos wrapped up Day 17 of training camp as the final day fans would be able to come out and attend the practice sessions. The attendance for the final day of training camp seemed a little light, but perhaps the show ending on a Tuesday was the cause.Head Coach Vic Fangio thanked fans for coming out all Summer and hopes the team will win enough games to see the bank full next year. “I was glad to have them out here and I thank them for coming,” Fangio said. “Maybe we’ll win enough this year that the bank will be full next year.”For the rest of the week the Broncos will host the San Francisco 49ers with some joint practice sessions. Those sessions will be similar to what fans witnessed during every other day of training camp, except it will be against the other team.“There will be no tackling,” Fangio said of the joint practice sessions. “It will be just like watching our practice except we’re going against them.”The teams will play on Monday, August 19th. Andrew Mason tagged the mood in the Broncos locker room after the 30-23 loss to the Chiefs as somewhere between “frustration” and “exasperation.”Frustrated by losing, exasperated by losing a game they could have won.Because if you out-gain the opponent 411 yards to 340, including nearly 200 on the ground, win the time of possession Denver Broncos Hats , have more first downs and hold the opponents to under 50 yards rushing, it would be fair to think you win that game.But if you can’t keep yourself from giving up 83 yards in penalties, 40 yards in sacks and two turnovers while allowing the opposing quarterback to spread 300 yards passing around six offensive weapons, you’re not winning the game.And that sentiment was obvious.“Critical moments in the game, we let them score touchdowns - and so many penalties, penalties all over the place,” said Von Miller, who finally got a sack on Mahomes this season. “You can’t beat a good football team like that with those types of penalties. Unfortunate situation 鈥?extremely tough loss.”Case Keenum, who was 23 of 34 for 262 yards on the day plus one fumble lost and one interception, noted that when playing a team like the Chiefs, the Broncos offense needed to take advantage of every scoring opportunity to win - and it couldn’t do it.“There were sometimes where we had some good momentum and good starts to drives and (we had) self-inflicted wounds,” said “That is near impossible to beat a team like the Chiefs when you are hurting yourself like that.”Chris Harris Jr. called the loss one of the toughest regular season losses in his career.“You fight so hard and do whatever you can to win and it’s really upsetting,” he said, adding he’s really tired of the self-inflicted wounds. “I’m getting fed up with it, really.We’re beating ourselves every week. I can’t count how many penalties we had on ourselves. You can’t do that if you’re going to come in here and beat the Chiefs.”The cornerback was equally critical of his team’s offense and defense for inflicting those wounds.“Man, that just kills us. We get a good defensive stop, and then a penalty. We get them in a good situation, and then a penalty. We just kill ourselves https://www.broncosfanstore.com/hoodie ,” he said. “Offense, they got a nice drive going, a 20-yard play, then a penalty. Every time. We got to figure it out.”Several Broncos voiced the same frustration Broncos Country did online over the ticky-tackness of several penalties - including Shaquil Barrett’s “roughing the passer” call and Connor McGovern’s block in the back penalty.But at the end of the day, it can’t be about the refs.“I don’t know what it is, but we knew coming into this game that [this group of refs] call the most penalties in the league,” Harris Jr. said. “I understood coming into the game that I can’t hold. So everybody else got to understand that. Especially, when we got these types of refs that will call everything.”Phillip Lindsay, who was the victim of several penalties, having 62 rushing yards and good field position negated because of them, said “it is what it is.”“It’s football. This is the problem with the game. You can’t dictate what happens. At the end of the day, sometimes it’s put in the refs hands,” he said, noting that with a lot going on, anything wrong could draw the flag. “It’s on us. We’re doing things that’s hurting us.”Brandon Marshall said the Broncos can get away with mistakes against teams like Arizona but not against teams like Kansas City.“We’ve got to clean that up. I know it’s tough. We keep saying the same thing week in and week out,” said Marshall, who had one tackle all game. He added that the breakdown in play technique is really the same thing as a mental error.“If you’ve got a technique breakdown, it’s really mental and you didn’t do what you needed to do https://www.broncosfanstore.com/Tom-Jackson-Jersey ,” he said. “But that’s one thing we have to stop. ...You know, we really match up well with this team – two close games. Unfortunately, we didn’t come out on the right side of either one.”Barrett added that being close doesn’t count.“We’re close every week, but we’re not getting closer. We’ve just got to work on our fundamentals and get back to clean football,” Barrett said, asking reporters what the team W-L record was. “What’s our record, 3-5? We’ve been close a lot. But it don’t mean anything.”Miller felt the same.“That’s the frustrating part about it. Kansas City has a great team, a great team. But I feel like we have a great team, too,” he said. “Whenever we don’t play up to our potential, it’s frustrating, especially in moments like this.”As usual, Derek Wolfe really summed it up the most succinctly for everyone.“If you lose it doesn’t count for shit. All that matters is wins in this league,” he said. It’s a production league. If you’re not winning, shit, it doesn’t matter what you did.”
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