Denver Broncos: Full Position Breakdown and Depth Chart Analysis at Tight End

June 13, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Denver Broncos are going to run the ball early and often in 2016. Last year, they didn’t truly run the Gary Kubiak system but instead utilized a hybrid offense that tried to fit what former quarterback Peyton Manning did best. This year, the true Kubiak system will be in place, and it’s an offense most Broncos fans should know well.
With this system, the tight end position is one that plays a big role in the offense.
Right now, the Broncos have a few question marks at this important position. They have a veteran who is an underrated receiver, a second-year player who is basically a rookie after missing the 2015 season and a couple of other options to fill the void at tight end. During training camp, we’ll get a clear picture of how this position is going to take shape for the Broncos in 2016.
Here is the full position breakdown and depth chart analysis of the tight ends on the Broncos roster.
Starter: Virgil Green
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