Broncos QB Peyton Manning took the first snap at the 35-yard-line on the sun-bleached turf, and it was as if 2013 never ended. The Broncos' record-breaking offense mowed through the defense in all combinations in Saturday's scrimmage. Twos vs. Ones. Ones vs. Twos. Threes vs. Threes.
It mattered little as Manning, Brock Osweiler and Zac Dysert marched down the field, finishing unofficially 14-for-17, including seven consecutive completions by Dysert.
"I think we saw some good things. It's always nice to get a game-like operation," said Manning, who threw for an NFL-record 55 touchdowns last season. "We will see some good things on film."