The Denver Broncos have new personnel and a new system, but receiver Jabar Gaffney says he's confident new head coach Josh McDaniels can get everyone on the same page.
Gaffney worked with McDaniels the last three season with the New England Patriots, where McDaniels was the offensive coordinator.
McDaniels and Gaffney had plenty of success with the Patriots, including an undefeated regular season in 2007 and a trip to the Super Bowl. They're trying to build that kind of successful program in Denver.
The Broncos started a voluntary minicamp yesterday. A mandatory minicamp begins Friday.
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