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First Depth Chart Released

Posted Aug 3, 2014

In advance of the team’s first preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday, the team released its initial depth chart on Sunday.

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – A day after the Broncos’ Summer Scrimmage, the team has released its first official depth chart of the preseason.

The Broncos will host the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday in their first preseason game.

Newcomers made appearances on top of the depth chart on both the offensive and defensive side of the ball. Emmanuel Sanders has been listed as a starter at wide receiver. Defensive end DeMarcus Ware, cornerback Aqib Talib and strong safety T.J. Ward also made their way to the top of the depth chart.

Ryan Clady, Derek Wolfe, Von Miller and Chris Harris Jr. all found themselves at the top of the depth chart despite injuries in 2013.

No rookies are currently listed as starters on either side of the ball, but 2014 draft picks Cody Latimer, Michael Schofield, Lamin Barrow and Bradley Roby made the two-deep.

OFFENSE

WR- Demaryius Thomas, Andre Caldwell, Greg Wilson, Bennie Fowler

LT- Ryan Clady, Winston Justice, Paul Cornick

LG- Orlando Franklin, Ben Garland

C- Manny Ramirez, Will Montgomery, Matt Paradis

RG- Louis Vasquez, Vinston Painter, Ryan Miller

RT- Chris Clark, Michael Schofield

TE- Julius Thomas, Virgil Green, Jacob Tamme, Jameson Konz, Gerell Robinson, Cameron Morrah

WR- Emmanuel Sanders, Cody Latimer, Nathan Palmer, Greg Hardin

WR- Wes Welker, Jordan Norwood, Isaiah Burse

QB- Peyton Manning, Brock Osweiler, Zac Dysert, Bryn Renner

RB- Montee Ball, Ronnie Hillman, C.J. Anderson, Juwan Thompson, Kapri Bibbs, Brennan Clay, Jerodis Williams

DEFENSE

LDE- Derek Wolfe, Malik Jackson, Will Pericak, Greg Latta

DT- Sylvester Williams, Kevin Vickerson, Mitch Unrein, Cody Larsen

NT- Terrance Knighton, Marvin Austin, Sione Fua

RDE- DeMarcus Ware, Quanterus Smith, Kenny Anunike, Hall Davis, Chase Vaughn

SLB- Von Miller, Lerentee McCray, Shaquil Barrett, Jerrell Harris

MLB- Nate Irving, Lamin Barrow, Steven Johnson, L.J. Fort

WLB- Danny Trevathan, Brandon Marshall, Jamar Chaney, Corey Nelson

LCB- Aqib Talib, Bradley Roby, Tony Carter, Louis Young

RCB- Chris Harris Jr., Kayvon Webster, Omar Bolden, Jerome Murphy, Jordan Sullen

SS- T.J. Ward, Duke Ihenacho, John Boyett

FS- Rahim Moore, Quinton Carter, David Bruton, Charles Mitchell

SPECIAL TEAMS

PK- Matt Prater, Mitch Ewald

P- Britton Colquitt

H- Britton Colquitt

LS- Aaron Brewer

PR- Wes Welker, Jordan Norwood, Isaiah Burse

KR- Andre Caldwell, Omar Bolden

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