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Training Camp Takeaways in the AFC West

May 4, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders offensive tackle Kolton Miller (77) during rookie minicamp at the Raiders practice facility.
Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports We’re hot on the trail of every NFL Training Camp as we progress into the first few weeks of the preseason.
With injury news coming out every day unsettlingly, we’re tracking all the major takeaways from every team’s camp, be it good or bad, and what that could mean for each franchise heading into the season.
Keeping things going today, we examine all 32 teams’ training camps to date, continuing things with the AFC West.
Denver Broncos The team has confirmed that Ron Leary will start at left guard.
While Leary spent his time at right guard last year, Leary began his career playing on the left side in Dallas and performed well, posting offensive grades above 70.0 in three of his four seasons with the Cowboys.
Leary was far and away the most consistent offensive lineman for the Broncos last year and he ended the season with a 72.6 offensive grade – good for 19th among qualifying guards.
Kansas City Chiefs According to reports, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has thrown eight interceptions across seven training camp sessions.
This is likely nothing to worry about as it’s still only the first week of training camp and it’s the perfect time for him to come to grips with what he can and can’t do as a starting quarterback.
Los Angeles Chargers ESPN’s Adam Schefter has confirmed that cornerback Jason Verrett will miss the 2018 season with a torn Achilles.

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May 4, 2018; Oakland, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders offensive tackle Kolton Miller (77) during rookie minicamp at the Raiders practice facility. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

We’re hot on the trail of every NFL Training Camp as we progress into the first few weeks of the preseason. With injury news coming out every day unsettlingly, we’re tracking all the major takeaways from every team’s camp, be it good or bad, and what that could mean for each franchise heading into the season.

Keeping things going today, we examine all 32 teams’ training camps to date, continuing things with the AFC West.

Denver Broncos

The team has confirmed that Ron Leary will start at left guard. While Leary spent his time at right guard last year, Leary began his career playing on the left side in Dallas and performed well, posting offensive grades above 70.0 in three of his four seasons with the Cowboys. Leary was far and away the most consistent offensive lineman for the Broncos last year and he ended the season with a 72.6 offensive grade – good for 19th among qualifying guards.

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