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Broncos get after it on Monday before training camp break

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A little pushing and shoving among family never hurt anyone, right? 

The Broncos had a little dose of that on Monday, the day before they took their first break of training camp. 

The scuffle, which happened when the cameras were asked to be turned off, happened when linebacker Zaire Anderson engaged in a tackle with running back Stevan Ridley near the sideline and left tackle Ty Sambrailo apparently shoved Anderson. And from there, it was on. 

It was a small scuffle that was squashed quickly but it was a response from the offense that needed to happen. 

By all accounts, Sunday was an awful day for the offense at camp. The defense beat up on them and let them know it. The offense needed to respond and felt like they did on Monday. 

"It's some days the defense is going to get us; some days the offense is going to win. That's the beauty in having pads on," Ridley said after practice. "You get to see where everybody stands; where your men are and where your boys are. It’s lessons from both sides. We’re going to take it and grow from it.”

The Broncos take a break from the camp grind on Tuesday. Practice resume on Wednesday for four straight days. 

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