Members of the Broncos have gotten together for the first time this offseason to work out. Mike Klis of the Denver Post reports that safety Brian Dawkins, quarterback Kyle Orton, and others got together for a one-hour conditioning session.
Dawkins organized the session via text/e-mail over the weekend. They plan to meet every Tuesday and Thursday. For the first session, 15 showed up.
“This not about one way being the right way or another way is the wrong way,” Dawkins told Klis. “This is about providing a safe haven for those who want to come out and work.”
Tim Tebow, arguably (or more strongly) the new face of the franchise, was not present.
“This was not a get-here-at-all-costs type of thing,” Dawkins said. He explained that, in a few weeks, the players will hit the field and begin working through the playbook they received on April 29.