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Fangio not worried about offensive woes early on

Posted at 9:54 PM, Jul 22, 2019

DENVER — The Denver Broncos kicked off Week 2 of training camp on Monday.

The theme thus far in practices have been the offensive struggles, especially with dropped passes and line-of-scrimmage penalties.

But first year head coach Vic Fangio isn't worried.

“Today was actually a little bit better than it was yesterday from that standpoint. Pre-snap penalties I’m alluding to—but not really, yes, but not panic yet. Talk to me in a couple weeks and see," Fangio stated in his post practice press interview.

The Broncos take their first off day of training camp on Tuesday. Practice will resume on Wednesday in an afternoon session starting at 2 P.M.