At least that's what his good buddy Dennis Pitta said.
Part of the desire to get some work in before OTAs begin is to make sure he and the receiving targets are all on the same page in the offense Gary Kubiak is installing.
"Yeah, we've talked about it, and it's nothing set in stone right now, but I know that's something Joe wants to get done," Pitta said. "He wants to be able to meet with us and kind of get on the same page and go over some of the new things that we're going to be doing. So, I'm sure we'll get that ironed out in the next few weeks."
Until OTAs come around, coaches are not allowed to participate in any kind of practice-related activity. So the workouts have to be player-organized only.