Denver Broncos running back Willis McGahee did not attend organized team activities on Monday according to Mike Klis of the Denver Post. McGahee has often skipped these events in the past and has not attended many voluntary workouts this offseason, but his roster spot with the Broncos is considered to be in jeopardy this year. McGahee was the only non-injured veteran not present on Monday.
Despite McGahee's absence, his agent Chafie Fields maintains that everything is fine, saying, "he's following the same routine he's had his whole career. He'll be there. He's ready to compete. No messages." McGahee tore his MCL and broke his leg on Nov. 18 against the San Diego Chargers, ending his 2012 season. He ended the year with 731 yards rushing and four touchdowns in 10 games; he also added 26 receptions for 221 yards.
The Broncos' first mandatory minicamp takes place June 11-13; expect McGahee to be there.