Broncos Take Practice Back Outside To Prepare For A Cold Sunday

Peyton Manning at practice on Thursday (credit: CBS)

Peyton Manning at practice on Thursday (credit: CBS)

DENVER (CBS4) – Even with single digit temperatures, the Denver Broncos stayed outside on Thursday for practice.

On Wednesday the team headed to their indoor facility because of all the blowing snow.

Quarterback Peyton Manning had long sleeves and throwing gloves on Thursday.

The forecast for Sunday puts the temperature in the teens. And the bitter cold means recovering heart patient coach John Fox is thinking about exactly where he’ll be during the game.

“Just like players I’ll be day to day. I don’t think it’s … a tremendous effect one way or the other. I communicate with the same people,” Fox said. “I spent half my career in the press box the other half on the field. So I haven’t given it much thought to be honest with you, but I’ll be at the game Sunday.”

The game brings the Tennessee Titans to Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Kickoff is at 2:05 p.m. on CBS4.


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