Brock Osweiler Fantasy News
There was no evidence of the foot injury that hindered Broncos WR Cody Latimer leading up to the draft. He looked big, fast, and more precise on his cuts than you'd often expect from someone so young. He made plays at all ranges, adjusted well to a variety of passes from Peyton Manning and Brock Osweiler -- who throw different types of balls, obviously -- and made an impression. Another receiver who quietly found himself catching plenty of passes, particularly short ones, was Jordan Norwood, an ex-Cleveland Brown who made his NFL debut five years ago.
Latimer has the size (6’2”) and speed (4.44 40-yard dash) to replace Eric Decker, but barring injury, he’ll have to beat out the capable and experienced Emmanuel Sanders (along with Andre Caldwell, of course) to get a significant snaps in 2014.
Wednesday, September 4, 2013, 7:17pm
Broncos QB Brock Osweiler (left shoulder, probable) practiced fully Wednesday.
Thursday, July 26, 2012, 8:48pm
Some notes from Denver camp: - Lance Ball was the No. 2 tailback behind Willis McGahee. Knowshon Moreno wore a knee brace and didn’t participate in team drills. Mario Fannin got some reps with the No. 2 offense. - Caleb Hanie was clearly the No. 2 QB. Adam Weber was No. 3 and rookie Brock Osweiler was No. 4. The competition here is between Hanie and Weber. The Broncos probably won’t keep both.
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