The preseason isn’t half of the way through, and Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas is already calling it “one of my best camps.” He has lot to be optimistic about since Peyton Manning came to town. In one season with the future Hall of Fame quarterback Thomas nearly doubled his career receiving totals from his first two seasons in the league.
“I’ve been healthy, I’ve been out here on the field, I’ve been learning, getting better,” Thomas said, via the Denver Post. “I’ve got a lot of great guys to go against every day. We’re competing. Camp has been good.”
Last season Thomas caught 94 passes for 1,434 yards and 10 touchdowns. In his first two seasons, including a ride on the Tim Tebow circus he caught 54 passes for 834 yards and 6 touchdowns.
After a break out season Thomas isn’t content to rest on his laurels and is looking to improve.
“There’s some things I can work on,” Thomas said. “But that’s why we go to camp. But it’s been real good.”
With Wes Welker in town he could have less passes coming his way.