It's all over, and just beginning.
The Denver Broncos on have completed their final on-field work before the start of training camp the final week of July. Three mini-camps and 11 days of passing camp have provided new coach Josh McDaniels and his staff clues about the composition, abilities and aptitude of his roster.
But without contact, it's tough to gauge where a revamped squad that includes 42 new players since last season's 8-8 finish under Mike Shanahan completely stands.
Wide receiver Brandon Marshall continued his holdout for a third straight day. He's seeking a new contract.
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