The Broncos released a new and updated depth chart Saturday, with some interesting changes on it.
The starting lineup remains the same on offense, with Eddie Royal continuing to hold onto that #2 wideout spot opposite Brandon Marshall. But Glenn Martinez has moved up behind Marshall.
Nate Jackson remains at the #2 spot behind Daniel Graham, with Scheffler at the #3. Jackson has worked with Graham in the team’s two-tight end sets, and he started on Friday against the Packers, scoring a touchdown in the process.
Peyton Hillis holds onto the #2 fullback spot behind Cecil Sapp. He saw significant action Friday night and performed well.
On defense, Marquand Manuel is listed as the starter opposite Marlon McCree. Hamza Abdullah mans the #2 spot behind Manuel, with Roderick Rogers and Josh Barrett behind him, in that order.
Vickiel Vaughn is at #2 behind McCree.
Also, Brett Kern is listed as the starting punter.
You can check out the full depth chart here.
What do y’all think about the changes and how things have progressed?
– Adam Zinser, DenverBroncos.com
Tags: Adam Zinser, Brandon Marshall, Brett Kern, Cecil Sapp, Daniel Graham, Depth Chart, Eddie Royal, Hamza Abdullah, Marlon McCree, Marquand Manuel, Nate Jackson, Peyton Hillis, Tony Scheffler, Vickiel Vaughn