Moore is more for the Broncos’ secondary

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Moore is more for the Broncos’ secondary

Safety has shown dramatic improvement this offseason, preseason
Rahim Moore has shown a rededicated focus this offseason and preseason after a disappointing rookie season. “I think our whole coaching staff thought in the back end, Rahim was probably the most improved guy that we had just by overall focus,” Broncos’ secondary coach Ron Milus said.
Camp Manning

ENGLEWOOD – A look at Peyton Manning’s day at Denver Broncos training camp:
Peyton’s Place: The Broncos returned from a day off, but you never could tell looking at Manning, who was as strong and sharp Monday as he’s been since his arrival in Denver.
How’d He Do?: He hit on all of his passes and they had plenty of zing, too. After Demaryius Thomas short-armed a fade into the back of the end zone by the left pylon, Manning came right back and hit him with several impressive connections, including a slant from the right side in traffic for the score. Manning also worked on long throws into the end zone during individual drills and was throwing 50-yard passes with bull’s-eye accuracy.
Talking Manning: “Yeah, he’s the toughest I’ve faced,” 11-time Pro Bowl cornerback Champ Bailey said on going up against No. 18.
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Moore is more for the Broncos’ secondary

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Rahim Moore has shown a rededicated focus this offseason and preseason after a disappointing rookie season. “I think our whole coaching staff thought in the back end, Rahim was probably the most improved guy that we had just by overall focus,” Broncos’ secondary coach Ron Milus said.
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