The Denver Broncos' quarterback camp opened Monday with Brandon Marshall running routes but catching no passes and Travis Henry out the first week with a pulled hamstring.
The Broncos feared that Marshall would miss the start of training camp in July after cutting an artery, a vein, a nerve, two tendons and three muscles in his right arm in an accident in March at a resort in Orlando, Fla.
Coach Mike Shanahan says Marshall should be able to catch the football on June 22. Henry is expected back next Tuesday after pulling a hamstring during 100-yard drills on Friday.
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