BRON­COS’ BREAK­OUT PLAY­ERS

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De’An­gelo Hen­der­son, RB. Af­ter miss­ing Sun­day’s prac­tice with a “tweaked” an­kle, the rookie made his pres­ence felt early in Mon­day’s prac­tice. He took a hand­off and sprinted right early in prac­tice and fin­ished his run by low­er­ing his shoul­der into cor­ner­back Aqib Talib and knock­ing him to the ground. “For a shorter, stock­ier guy, he can get through nar­row holes,” coach Vance Joseph said of Hen­der­son, who is 5-foot-7, 208 pounds.

Mar­lon Brown, WR. The vet­eran who is bat­tling for a spot on the receiving corps made one of the top grabs of train­ing camp. As he ad­justed to catch an un­der­thrown deep pass from Trevor Siemian down the seam Mon­day, Brown fell to his back. But that didn’t keep him from haul­ing in the pass just be­fore it hit the grass.

Bran­don Mar­shall, LB. On the first pos­ses­sion of the open­ing team pe­riod, Mar­shall burst into the back­field and gob­bled up a run­ning back just as he re­ceived the hand­off. Joseph has praised the per­for­mance of Mar­shall early in camp.

John Leyba, The Den­ver Post

Bron­cos run­ning back De’An­gelo Hen­der­son runs drills Mon­day.

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