Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-07-17 00:48:55 –
Colorado Springs — In less than two weeks of training camp, Broncos’ defensive blindman, Daeyoung Sizer, is entering his third year at the NFL with the goal of creating a roster of 53 people in Denver.
CSU-Pueblo’s alum, Sizar, has spent the last two seasons primarily on the practice team, but saw some game action in late 2019.
“I’m excited to get out there and try to prove myself and everything along those lines,” Sizar explained. “I’m very excited and I’m really looking forward to it.”
Last week, Sizar decided to travel to Colorado Springs to volunteer and coach at a professional football camp with former teammate Paul Browning.
“It was easy. It was amazing to be with the kids and Paul,” added Sizar, who joked that he knew nothing about who would win the Broncos quarterback battle. It was.
Now the Centennial Native turns his attention to the training camp. Sizer says he could do more this season without the COVID-19 restrictions.
“I’ve been training my body properly. (I) are in the playbook and are in line with all of them. I’m very excited to report.”
Division II products are currently projected at the bottom of the defensive line depth chart, so you’ll be looking out at the start of the camp.
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