Broncos among four teams reporting for training camp

We survived, people. The NFL offseason is officially over -- at least for an eighth of the league.

Wednesday marks the first day of training camp for four organizations: the Denver Broncos, Baltimore Ravens, Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks.

The Broncos will see both their rookies and veterans report to the UCHealth Training Center, Englewood, Colorado, while Arizona, Baltimore and Seattle will only have their first-year players report. Veterans will show up to the latter three camps one week later on July 24.

Denver's first practice will take place on Thursday.

The Broncos are the first team to have all their players in house due to the early date of their first preseason test: the Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio on Aug. 1. Denver's opponents in that preseason opener, the Atlanta Falcons, open camp to rookies on Thursday and veterans on Sunday.

In addition to Atlanta, two more teams will open up camp to the rookies on Thursday: Detroit Lions and New Orleans Saints. By July 26, all 32 NFL teams will have reported for football duties, and then the marathon begins in earnest.

Click here for the full schedule of training camp start dates.

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