Coming off an outstanding fourth season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Martin cashed in with a five-year, $35 million deal he signed in March.
It was a huge comeback season for Martin, who rushed for 1,402 yards (second in the NFL) and added 271 receiving yards. In his previous two seasons, he combined for 950 yards rushing in 17 games, hampered by injuries.
Martin lost fumbles five times last season after doing so only three times in his first three seasons. That's one of his key focuses here in training camp.
“I watched all those fumbles after last season,” Martin said. “It was more of me fighting for extra yards, not having my other arm on the ball, other hand on the ball. That will all be corrected. I don’t look to be fumbling that much this year. That will be corrected.”
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First preseason game: at Philadelphia, 5 p.m. Thursday
MARCUS HENRY, C, SAINTS
An undrafted rookie free agent, Henry is listed third on the Saints’ depth chart behind veteran Max Unger and fellow rookie Jack Allen. CBS Sports cited the Saints’ recent history with late-round or undrafted free agents on the offensive line, this most recent crop “which featured two centers who normally would have been drafted in Jack Allen and Marcus Henry.”
First preseason game: at New England, 5:30 p.m. Thursday
KYLE WILSON, CB, SAINTS
Following five seasons with the New York Jets, the former first-round pick joined the Saints last season, starting four games and getting his first interception since 2012. He was placed on injured reserve in June with a torn labrum in his shoulder and will miss the season. He will be a free agent again after this season.
This week with preseason games beginning, we’re checking in with former Boise State players in NFL camps, by division. On Monday, we took a look at the NFC North. On Tuesday, it was the NFC West, and the lone Bronco in the division, Rees Odhiambo. On Wednesday, the NFC East, chock full of former Boise State stars. Tomorrow we’ll look at the AFC North.
As many as nine former Broncos could play Thursday night in preseason games, with Washington, Tampa Bay, Baltimore, New Orleans, New England, New York Jets, Denver and Chicago playing.
Here’s the current list of former Broncos on rosters, as of today:
Kamalei Correa, LB, Baltimore
Charles Leno, OL, Chicago
George Iloka, S, Cincinnati
Jamar Taylor, CB, Cleveland
Tyrone Crawford, DL, Dallas
DeMarcus Lawrence, DL, Dallas
Kellen Moore, QB, Dallas
Orlando Scandrick, CB, Dallas
Matt Paradis, C, Denver
Billy Winn, DL, Denver
Jeron Johnson, S, Kansas City
Jay Ajayi, RB, Miami
Tyler Gray, LB, Miami
Blake Renaud, FB, Minnesota
Shea McClellin, LB, New England
Marcus Henry, C, New Orleans
Kyle Wilson, CB, New Orleans
Ryan Clady, OT, New York Jets
Donte Deayon, CB, New York Giants
Darian Thompson, S, New York Giants
Rees Odhiambo, OL, Seattle
Doug Martin, RB, Tampa Bay
Kelsey Young, RB, Washington
Note: Lee Hightower, who played at Boise State in 2011 and 2012 before transferring to Houston for his final three seasons, is on the Indianapolis Colts’ roster.