Broncos counting on another big season from Decker

Published on NewsOK Modified: July 31, 2013 at 6:12 pm •  Published: July 31, 2013
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Even though he's already a star in the world of Broncos fans, Decker played more of a supporting role with the cameras rolling at home. The new reality show will air about the time football gets into full swing.

"That was definitely a new and different experience," Decker said of filming. "She's really the main character. She's hilarious and real. My expressions are on the show, just laughing at her and watching her be funny. It's a good dynamic and it's fun."

He's already bracing for the ribbing he will take from teammates.

"I can already imagine (the show) being up in the team room, having some jokes being passed around," Decker said.

All in good fun, of course. These receivers are starting to develop quite some chemistry on the field, making it difficult on friendly DBs, let alone rival players.

"We have our hands full," cornerback Champ Bailey said. "But we like that challenge because we are not going to see this kind of package come at us."

No, they're really not, especially when this trio gets on the same page with Manning. They could be the next installment of the "Three Amigos," a moniker once given to the Broncos trio of Ricky Nattiel, Vance Johnson and Mark Jackson.

"Basically, we're just trying to go out and work hard, push each other, and try to get each other open depending on what coverage," Thomas explained. "It's going great."

Decker couldn't agree more.

"We put the pressure on ourselves. We know expectations are set high outside of this building, but they are also set high here," Decker said. "What we have to do to maximize our opportunities and the talent that we have is to play our best football from Day One."

Notes: CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie was carted off the field Wednesday after hurting his left ankle in a drill. When asked his level of concern, coach John Fox said, "Not overly. But anytime they miss time, I'm concerned." ... OL Justin Boren (big toe) was taken off the field. ... Rookie RB Montee Ball was kicking himself for missing a block in a passing drill Wednesday. "Blocking is very important, especially since we all know who is back there," Ball said, referring to Manning.

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