While summers are arguably the most favorable time of the year in Colorado based on weather and kids not being in school, Broncos season is a definite close second.

Luckily, it will only be a few months until Denver Broncos fans will be able to see the team in action again. Not only that, but we now know what the Broncos will be up to during the next few months for their offseason.

Denver Broncos Offseason in 2022

As we gear up for football season to start again in the fall, our Denver Broncos are doing the same thing but in a different way. The Broncos will be busy for the next few months during the offseason preparing for the upcoming season by doing things like training and getting rookie players ready for the big leagues.

Denver Broncos Rookie Minicamp

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First, the Denver Broncos will have a rookie minicamp from May 13th through May 14th to prepare the newbies prior to any other offseason activities.

Denver Broncos OTA Offseason Workout Schedule

The Broncos will be having organized team practice activities or 'OTA' offseason workouts beginning later this month from May 23rd to the 24th, then again on May 26th, May 31st, June 1st, June 3rd, June 6th through the 7th, and finally from June 9th through the 10th, 2022.

Denver Broncos Mandatory Minicamp

Following the OTA offseason workout will be the Broncos' mandatory minicamp which will take up three days following the OTA offseason workouts from June 13th through June 15th, 2022.

When Will We Be Able to First See the Denver Broncos this Season?

According to a tweet from Dave Althouse, Denver Broncos fans will get their first chance to see this season's team in action in late July.

In addition, the regular-season schedule for the Denver Broncos will be released on Thursday, May 12, 2022.


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