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News and notes from day 15 of Broncos Camp." Denver Broncos Training Camp2019 Denver Broncos Training Camp: Day 15 news and notesNew John Elway Jersey ,33commentsNews and notes from day 15 of Broncos Camp.MDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:2019 Denver Broncos Training Camp: Day 15 news and notesTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailThe Broncos are entering their final days of their 2019 Training Camp period with today’s day 15 of camp coming to an end. There are only a few more practices left before their joint practices with the 49ers ahead of their Monday Night game with them to close out week two of the preseason. Today we have rookie quarterback Drew Lock potentially moving up the depth chart, fullback George Aston getting his chance to replace Andy Janovich, Jamal Carter making a position change, news and notes, an injury update, quotes and more.Drew Lock moving up the depth chart?For every single Training Camp practice thus far, veteran Kevin Hogan was the first quarterback with the number two offense ahead of rookies Drew Lock and Brett Rypien. This signaled that he was ahead of them on the depth chart and pecking order at that time despite the two rookies getting their reps with this unit as well. Well, that changed during today’s practice when rookie quarterback Drew Lock was the first quarterback up with the second team offense.After practice, Head Coach Vic Fangio was asked if this meant that rookie Drew Lock has moved up the depth chart and is now the Broncos backup quarterback. Fangio told reporters “I’m not. You said ‘we.’ I’m not. You can, but I’m not.”.This is a very Vic Fangio answer, but the actions here mean more than his words, at least to me. You have to assume that they want Drew Lock to ascend to the backup quarterback job and allow them to only keep two quarterbacks and use that other roster spot elsewhere. It will be interesting to see if this continues during tomorrows practice or if it was just a one day thing. Both Lock and Rypien received more reps than normal today and Fangio said “and that was the plan all along” so it could change tomorrow.EIther way, it appears to be a good sign for Lock and something the Broncos likely wanted to see happen anyways. Kevin Hogan hasn’t really done enough to separate himself from the rookies so this seems like an obvious move for them moving forward.George Aston replacing Andy JanovichWith starting fullback Andy Janovich out at least six to eight weeks with a torn pectoral muscle, undrafted rookie fullback George Aston took over for him during today’s practice. With Aston being the only fullback on the roster, he received 1st team, 2nd team, and 3rd team offensive reps today. So he is getting his opportunity to make this team with Jano out and potentially on the roster bubble.Fangio was asked what he wanted to see from Aston after today’s practice and he told themthat he wants to see if he’s worthy enough to make the 53-man roster.Fangio was also asked what he has liked from Aston thus far and he told reporters that he has been a “surprise guy” thus far and that “he has a chance” to make the 53-man roster.Janovich’s recovery here will be the deciding factor and Fangio did say they can go without a true fullback on their roster for a few weeks Womens Joe Flacco Jersey , but Aston has a good chance here. With that said, I have a hard time seeing the Broncos going with two true fullbacks on their 53-man roster, Janovich will be out until probably the beginning of October or so at the latest if the reported timetable is accurate. So will they go about a month with two fullback’s eating up spots on the 53-man roster? Some teams don’t even carry a fullback these days so I have a hard time seeing that.Could it come down to Aston or Janovich? That seems like an unlikely scenario but one that potentially could play out if Aston impresses. I think the most likely scenario here is that we see a tight end fill that role until Janovich is healthy, but you never know in the NFL. Jamal Carter being moved to inside linebackerOne surprising nugget that came out of Broncos camp today was that safety Jamal Carter would be moving to inside linebacker from his original safety position. Head Coach Vic Fangio was asked about Carter playing inside linebacker during today’s practice and he told reporters that it was a “temporary move for now” and that is was something Carter has always wanted to do.The Broncos have suffered a few injuries at inside linebacker and could use that extra depth at that position. However, one report is out there stating that Carter feels he has a better shot at making the 53-man roster at inside linebacker than safety which makes sense. The Broncos are incredibly deep at safety so Carter could have been the odd man out there. Carter spoke to media after practice and he confirmed Fangio’s comments and that he is a “physical specimen” who loves being in the trenches. Carter is returning to the Broncos after missing the entire 2018 season due to injury. When he was one the field, Carter has shown that he is a physical specimen and a big hitter. This move could be beneficial for him, but it also could be a sign of desperation as well.Carter’s play at inside linebacker will be something to keep an eye on moving forward. News and notesBroncos announced on Saturday that they waived edge rusher Jeff Holland. Broncos announced that they signed cornerback Rashard Causey to fill Holland’s roster spotIt was announced that recently signed running back Theo Riddick would be out six to eight weeks because of a slight fracture to his shoulder. Injury reportTight Jake Butt returned to practice after sitting out a few weeks with knee sorenessTight end Jeff Heuerman returned to practice after sitting out a practice prior to the game vs. the SeahawksTight end Bug Howard also returned to practice after missing nearly two weeks with an ankle injuryLinebacker Josey Jewell returned to practice after missing about a week due to injuryEdge rusher Aaron Wallace also returned to practice after missing a few days due to injuryRunning back Theo RIddick will be sidelined six to eight weeks with a shoulder fractureLinebacker Joe Jones is out six to eight weeks with a pectoral tearLinebacker Todd Davis is nearing a return from a calf injury but continued to sit out practiceVeteran Kareem Jackson sat out practice with a slight hamstring injuryTweets from campQuotesHead Coach Vic Fangio on how much progression he has seen from LB Justin Hollins.“I’ve seen good progression in that he’s learning two positions, which is hard. He’s shown that he can run and he’s got some athletic abilities, long and all that. He’s just got to develop the love of hitting people like linebackers in this league have to have.”Running back Phillip Lindsay on fullback Andy Janovich going down with an injury“Jano’s the man, point blank, period. Everything runs through him. He makes terrific blocks. On [RB] Royce’s [Freeman] big play, Jano was there. On my big plays, Jano’s always there. It sucks that he has to miss some time, but it’s not a season-ending injury. We’re going to have him back at the right time and we’re going to continue to roll. When he gets back, he’s going to make us even better. That’s what having weapons is about, so until then we want Jano to rest up and get him ready so that he is out there for the rest of the season.”Defensive end Derek Wolfe on“He doesn’t let the little things slide. No fighting, stuff like that. He doesn’t want us fighting each other Joe Flacco Jersey White , he doesn’t want us jumping offsides and he doesn’t want us holding. He’s always bringing that to attention in team meetings. What’s a penalty, what’s not a penalty, What he thinks was a bad call, what he thinks was a good call and those kinds of things. The last couple years, we’ve been getting beat on penalties, a lot of penalties on all side of the ball in all phases of the game. It’s really important we play really tight, clean football because that’s how you beat yourself. That’s the first step. I think we’re going to be the best conditioned team for sure. We’ve got a week early start, a week earlier than anybody else. We’ve been in full pads every single day. We’re just, as a team, trying to embrace the grind and knowing in the long run when that Week 16 comes in the fourth quarter, we’re going to make that play and outlast your opponent.” Whether it will be the Denver Broncos is yet to be determined, but Chris Harris Jr. will get paid."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos 2019 Draft ClassBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Denver Broncos NewsChamp Bailey on Chris Harris Jr. contract dispute: ‘I got a feeling he’ll get paid’New,104commentsWhether it will be the Denver Broncos is yet to be determined, but Chris Harris Jr. will get paid. Champ Bailey on Chris Harris Jr. contract dispute: ‘I got a feeling he’ll get paid’Photo by John Rieger / USA TODAY SportsWith the conclusion of the 2019 NFL Draft, Broncos Country anxiously awaits a resolution between Chris Harris Jr. and the Denver Broncos. There is growing speculation that because the Broncos did not select a cornerback in the draft, Harris will play for the team in 2019. Harris has made it clear that he feels underpaid and disrespected. Meanwhile, there is the perception that General Manager John Elway expects Harris to fulfill the last year of his contract regardless of whether there is an extension. Days ago on Womens Courtland Sutton Jersey , “The Safety Blitz,” Nick Ferguson asked former teammate and 2019 NFL Hall-of-Fame inductee Champ Bailey about Harris’ contract situation. Denver Broncos Safety Nick Ferguson, and Cornerback Champ Bailey in 2006.“Well it’s unfortunate you know for Chris, because I think the last three or four years he’s been underpaid,” said Bailey, who will be inducted into the Hall of Fame Aug. 3 in Canton.was a former teammate of Harris.“Every time I look at the tape, nothing changes about his game,” Bailey added. “He just balls. I don’t know what else he has to do to get his due.” Photo by John Leyba / The Denver PostPrior to the draft, Harris requested a trade or contract that would pay him $15 million per year. This year, he is set to earn $7.8 million in base salary which is far below the average salary among active cornerbacks. While both the Broncos and Harris have alluded to the possibility of mending fences, nothing has been resolved.Bailey believes eventually Harris Jr. will get the paycheck he deserves but that may or may not be Denver.“I got a feeling he’ll get paid, whether it’s with Denver or somewhere else. Hopefully it’s with Denver,” Bailey said. “We all know John Elway doesn't pay until he has to. When that time comes, I’m sure he’ll pull the trigger.”


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