ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -- The Denver Broncos wrapped up training camp Friday and coach John Fox is already in his regular- season mode of keeping fans and opponents guessing.
Fox declined to reveal his quarterback rotation for the Broncos' second of four preseason games. The Broncos face the Buffalo Bills Saturday night at Sports Authority Field at Mile High, the stadium's new moniker.
Fox called it a "game-time decision" regarding his quarterbacks.
At practice this week, Kyle Orton again got all the work with the first team but Brady Quinn and not Tim Tebow received most of the second-team work.
Against Dallas, Tebow replaced Orton and Quinn finished up.
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