Broncos Camp Interviews: Miller, Trevathan, Del Rio, Marshall, McCray on Day 3

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Lerentee McCray, left, battles Shaquil Barrett in an individual drill at Denver Broncos training camp on July 26, 2014.

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Each and every day of Denver Broncos training camp, our Will C. Holden will provide all the interviews he conducts and podium sessions he attends in their entirety for your listening pleasure.

Saturday’s interviews on the first day of work in pads for the team mostly dealt with the hotly-contested fight for the what are expected to be 2-3 available linebacking jobs up for grabs this training camp.

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We chatted exclusively with Brandon Marshall (no, not that Brandon Marshall), who is making some noise in his fight to be the backup weakside linebacker after spending last year on the practice squad, Danny Trevathan, the starting weakside linebacker who was in Marshall’s shoes a year ago, Lerentee McCray, a former Florida Gator fighting to be Von Miller’s backup, as well as Von Miller and his defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio, who both talked about all the linebackers who are fighting for jobs.


Brandon Marshall

Danny Trevathan

Lerentee McCray

Von Miller

Jack Del Rio