The Broncos' elite secondary knows it won't be around in Denver forever. 

So, Aqib Talib, T.J. Ward and Darian Stewart are making sure to help develop the next generation of "No Fly Zone". 

The three hosted a youth camp in Aurora on Saturday, putting hundreds of kids through drills at the Regis High School football field. Of course, the camp was named "No Fly Zone"--the coined term for Denver's shut-down cornerbacks and safeties.

"Any time I can give kids the opportunity that I wanted when I was a child, I love to do that," Ward said. "I love being out here with them and seeing them grow."

After taking pictures and leading the kids through stretches, the pros set up a series of football related workouts--including ladder and speed drills. 

"I hope there's a Denver legend in here somewhere," Talib said. "Someone who gets drafted No. 1 overall and can say that the 'No Fly Zone' camp made his dream come true."