The Denver Broncos have completed Day 2 of rookie minicamp and offensive coordinator Mike McCoy talked with the media afterward. With the addition of Peyton Manning, the team will let Manning have the offense he wants, though McCoy phrased it as having the quarterback's input:
McCoy: "With Peyton (Manning)'s input as time goes along...our offense will grow...just keep building on what we've done here in the past."— Denver Broncos (@Denver_Broncos) May 12, 2012
And apparently Eric Decker and Demaryius Thomas are "like two kids in a candy store" while working with Peyton Manning. But too much of a sweet thing can be bad, right? But in other news, McCoy mentioned that the tight ends will be much more involved:
McCoy on TEs being involved in offense: "Without a doubt...You can see more opportunities for them."— Denver Broncos (@Denver_Broncos) May 12, 2012
With Jacob Tamme and Joel Dreessen being better pass-catchers than the tight ends the Broncos have had recently, Manning should have good options to throw to on every passing down.
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