Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-09-09 00:52:15 –
ENGLEWOOD — Denver Broncos is back in practice, but this time it’s time to prepare for the first week of the regular season. The idea of this team is to return to the culture of victory that some players remember. The newly named starting quarterback, Teddy Bridgewater, may be what Broncos was looking for.
“Calmness brings calm to the whole group. It brings a kind of calm. We will need that kind of leadership from him,” said Melvin Gordon.
Bridgewater was named one of the captains of six teams: Kareem Jackson, Justin Simmons, Von Miller, Courtland Sutton and Brandon McManus.
“We have a great group of leaders on this team. We are honored to be nominated as captain with everyone else nominated. That’s what you’re proud of,” Bridgewater said. Told.
The group will face the biggest test to start the season against the New York Giants on Sunday. The team knows deep inside that they may see a healthy Sake One Berkeley returning to the Giants’ backfield.
“I’m not just competing with Sakuon. We’re going to face anyone. I want to be a better back in the field. That’s the idea I want to go out with a better game.” Gordon Said.
Gordon believes that last year’s rookie doesn’t know what it means to be on the winning team, so it’s up to him and others like Teddy to show them what it means to be on the winning team.
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