Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas is still recovering from a left shoulder injury he suffered in Super Bowl XLVIII.
Thomas suffered what some with the team have described as a separated left shoulder in the Broncos' 43-8 loss to the Seattle Seahawks when he was hit by Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor in the first quarter of the 35-point loss. He played through the injury and did finish out the game with a Super Bowl record 13 catches.
Thomas could still be limited in some of the OTA work in the weeks to come, but the Broncos don't expect issues when training camp opens. Thomas had shoulder problems during the regular season as well, even leaving the Dec. 1 win over Kansas City after the first series but he did return to the lineup just before halftime.
Update: Mike Klis reports that Thomas's shoulder is fine and he is in fact participating at Manning's camp on Wednesday.
No worries here. Thomas is at camp and the shoulder should be fine.