Apr 26, 2011 11:57 PM by Lee Douglas
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - No Denver Broncos players showed up at the team's headquarters Tuesday morning following a federal judge's ruling that lifted the owners' lockout.
Team spokesman Patrick Smyth says the building is open to all personnel but players will not be allowed to work out or do anything football-related while the team awaited further guidance from the NFL.
Smyth says players are welcome at the facility, saying: "Any players who arrive will be treated with courtesy and respect."
Regional scouts arrived early in the morning as did football chief John Elway, general manager Brain Xanders and coach John Fox to finalize their draft preparations.
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