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Denver Bronco's Training Camp and Kids' Page

You don't have to bleed blue and orange to enjoy the Denver Broncos. I'm not exactly a sports fan, but I think there is plenty of fun to be had by taking kids to sporting events and helping them to learn from the experience.

The Denver Broncos first pre-season home game is on August 21 at 7pm. You can find the full schedule on their website. Training camp is going on now! The next practice is Wednesday, August 11 8:45 a.m.-10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. You can find more details HERE. Add this to your list of free stuff to do with the kids before summer is over!


And while you are checking out all things Bronco, be sure to look at the Kids Page, games, and Broncos Bunch memberships.

I feel like this should go without saying, but I need to say it. Professional athletes are not gods. They are not to be worshiped. They are not to be viewed as the standard of success.

Sports are just an integral part of our culture. Americans love to play sports, to watch sports, and to follow their favorite players and teams. There's nothing wrong with that so long as it's not to the detriment of other aspects of their lives. Do we want our kids to grow up thinking their highs and lows depend on whether or not their favorite sports team won or lost? Of course not. Can much be learned from professional sports? Of course. Not the least of which is that people are people. Some make good choices and others make poor choices. Sometimes people don't get what they deserve... and sometimes they do. (Even if they do make millions of dollars each year.) Now that we've cleared that up...

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