WILHITE AT A GLANCE:
Wilhite signed with the Broncos as a free agent on September 4, 2011. He is a fourth-year player who saw time in 39 regular-season games (13 starts) with New England and totaled 89 tackles (70 solo), three interceptions (33 yds.), nine passes defensed and one fumble recovery. He also appeared in one postseason contest. He was selected by the Patriots in the fourth round (129th overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft from Auburn University.
• vs. Cincinnati (9/18): Recorded a tackle for loss, a QB hit and his first career sack.
• at Tennessee (9/25): Recorded a tackle for loss and two QB hits.
• at Green Bay (10/2): Intercepted an Aaron Rodgers pass in the fourth quarter, the first interception by a Bronco this season.
• at Miami (10/23): Started at nickel back and led the team with 11 tackles in his first start as a Bronco and recorded a QB hit.
The Palm Beach Post's Joe Schad talks about his takeaways from covering Vance Joseph last season, when the Broncos coach was in Miami.
NFL coaches Andy Reid and Doug Pederson talk highly about Brock Olivo, as both previously have worked with the Broncos Special Teams Coordinator.
BTV's Phil Milani and Andrew Mason talk about rules changes for 2017 and how they'll impact the Broncos.
NFL coaches who have worked with Vance Joseph talk about his leadership and communication skills, which helped him become a head coach.