With organized team activities coming to an end, DeMarcus Ware and Virgil Green discussed briefly with the media on Tuesday before the Taste of the Broncos about how they felt OTA’s went as a whole, the offensive line, and the younger players.

Here were the big takeaways via Andrew Mason of DenverBroncos.com.

Green: (On OTA’s as a whole…) “I think it was a lot different. Coach Kubiak runs the team in a different way. He strives for perfection. He wants us to finish everything we do, and I think the guys have done a great job of responding.”

Ware: (On OTA’s as a whole…) “It was lighter when you think about time, because usually OTAs and (minicamp) are about an hour and 15, an hour and 30 minutes. You’re continually going through each session — if it’s red zone, if it’s short yardage, but now, he (Kubiak) is coming out with a bang, having practice that’s about 30 or 40 minutes, and you go through a really intense individual (period). It’s more competition, going against each other and starting fast. That’s what he (Kubiak) wants this team to do: come out every game and start fast. The intensity was there [in practice], but the time limit was shorter.”

Green: (On the offensive line…) “I think we have a lot of smart guys that are buying in, they’re studying. Rico (Offensive Coordinator Rick Dennison) comes in and asks them questions. Guys are getting the questions right. So that means that they’re truly studying, because as long as you’re prepared in that aspect, we’ll be able to get the job done.”

Ware: (On Ty Sambrailo…) “The first day I went against him, you know, a rookie’s going to be a rookie, but he’s getting a really good comfort level in his play…For him to pick up the offense and know what’s going on, but also be able to be effective and have the confidence that he’s had, I really compliment him on that. We actually had a little scuffle in practice, he’s waking up. His aggressiveness is coming out. That’s what it’s about. When you’re playing that left tackle, you’ve got to let guys know that you’re that cornerstone of the offense. That’s what he’s doing. He’s doing a great job.”

Ware: (On Shane Ray…) “He got back from his [toe] injury, and now you can see the confidence back. He played really well; he had a couple of sacks [in Tuesday’s practice], I’m really looking forward to playing with him.”

Ware: (What to expect from a Wade Phillips defense…)] “I just know how aggressive his defense is, and with the personnel that we have, with me, Von (Miller), Malik (Jackson), (Derek) Wolfe, just a lot of athletes — especially back there in the (secondary). And with Wade, he’s more of a man-on-man-type guy. Having (Aqib) Talib and Chris (Harris Jr.) and T.J. (Ward), they can play one-on-one and man-to-man, but (are) able to rush five guys in the front and get pressure, and we have those pressure guys to do it.”

Sammy Mugharbil, a Mile High Sports intern and student at MSU-Denver contributed to this report