Playmakers in the secondary
First position preview: with depth at safety and talent (albeit mostly unproven) at CB, the Broncos feel confident.https://t.co/FFbX1n17up— Dave Southorn (@davesouthorn) August 18, 2017
Rundown of Bronco alums in the NFL
Kamalei Correa had 2 tackles for Baltimore, Tanner Vallejo had 2 tackles (one TFL) for Buffalo. Ajayi 2 carries, -2 yards, 1 catch, 11 yards— Dave Southorn (@davesouthorn) August 18, 2017
Tampa Bay's Doug Martin had five carries for 30 yards and scored a TD, while Jeremy McNichols had a team-high 11 carries for 32 yards. pic.twitter.com/R6N1cDSTEu— Dave Southorn (@davesouthorn) August 18, 2017
And the guy that Ajayi shrugs off?
Fellow Bronco, Kamalei Correa
Jay Ajayi has an innate ability to break tackles. Exemplifies that here. pic.twitter.com/OWE3OIRkaj— Paul Maland (@PaulMalandNFL) August 18, 2017
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This might surprise some people
The fact that Ryan Wolpin is listed number one on the running back depth chart might be a shock to some Bronco fans, but that has been consistently stated by coaches in several media sessions.
Notes from Lee Marks: Wolpin remains No. 1, Beasley has the best vision, Mahone making improvements... https://t.co/sKp5qFl6uA— B.J. Rains (@BJRains) August 17, 2017