Denver Broncos Depth Chart

  • HC: Vic Fangio
  • OC: Pat Shurmur
  • DC: Ed Donatell
  • ST: Tom McMahon
Updated: 11/25/2020 6:42PM ET
Pos No. Player 1 No Player 2 No Player 3 No Player 4 No Player 5
Offense
OFF          
LWR81Patrick, Tim SF1717Hamilton, DaeSean 18/416Cleveland, Tyrie 20/7
RWR10Jeudy, Jerry 20/113Hamler, KJ 20/211Spencer, Diontae W/Pit
LT72Bolles, Garett 17/176Anderson, Calvin P/NYJ
LG66Risner, Dalton 19/271Schlottmann, Austin SF18
C79Cushenberry III, Lloyd 20/3
RG61Glasgow, Graham U/Det52Muti, Netane 20/6
RT78DOTSON, DEMAR SF2068Wilkinson, Elijah CF17
TE87Fant, Noah 19/188Vannett, Nick U/Pit
QB3Lock, Drew 19/24Rypien, Brett CF199Driskel, Jeff U/Det
RB30Lindsay, Phillip CF18
RB25Gordon, Melvin U/LAC28Freeman, Royce 18/3
FB35Cox, Jeremy SF19
Defense
DEF          
DE57Walker, DeMarcus 17/2
NT98Purcell, Mike IR95Agim, McTelvin 20/373WILLIAMS, SYLVESTER 13/1
DE90Williams, DeShawn SF1993Jones, Dre'Mont 19/3
SLB97Attaochu, Jeremiah SF1991Chickillo, Anthony P/NO
ILB45Johnson, Alexander SF1853Calitro, Austin T/Cin
ILB47Jewell, Josey 18/442BARRON, MARK SF2043Jones, Joseph P/Sea
WLB55Chubb, Bradley 18/159Reed, Malik CF19
LCB21Bouye, AJ T/Jax23Ojemudia, Michael 20/320Dawson, Duke T/NE26Toliver II, Kevin SF20
SS22JACKSON, KAREEM U/Hou37Locke, PJ SF19
FS31Simmons, Justin 16/336Marshall, Trey CF18
RCB29Callahan, Bryce U/Chi41Bausby, De'Vante W/Arz34Bassey, Essang CF20
Special Teams
ST          
PT6MARTIN, SAM U/Det
PK8McManus, Brandon T/NYG
LS46Bobenmoyer, Jacob SF20
H6MARTIN, SAM U/Det
KO8McManus, Brandon T/NYG6MARTIN, SAM U/Det
PR11Spencer, Diontae W/Pit29Callahan, Bryce U/Chi
KR11Spencer, Diontae W/Pit16Cleveland, Tyrie 20/7
Practice Squad
PS          
PS75Bailey, Quinn OT77Halapio, Jon OG94Sizer, Deyon DT12Benson, Trinity WR74Paulo, Darrin OT
PS67Kilgo, Darius DT5Bortles, Blake QB19Brown, Fred WR39Crockett, Damarea RB2Hinton, Kendall WR
PS82Leggett, Jordan TE84Fumagalli**, Troy TE33Holder**, Alijah CB54Watson**, Josh IB
Reserves
RES          
OpOut90Peko, Kyle VolOp95Heath, Joel VolOp70James, Ja'Wuan VolOp
RES92Harris, Jonathan NFI40Strnad, Justin IR89Fort, Austin IR58MILLER, VON IR99CASEY, JURRELL IR
RES96Harris, Shelby Covid-1914Sutton, Courtland IR80Butt, Jake IR50Morris, Patrick PS/INJ85Okwuegbunam, Albert IR
RES98Purcell, Mike IR48Tuszka, Derrek IR83Beck, Andrew IR/DFR

Analysis

What Ourlads' Scouting Services said about KJ HAMLER before he made the Denver Broncos' Depth Chart: Penn State, 5085 178 4.40. Third year sophomore entry, two-year starter, Pontiac, MI. Exploded onto the scene as a redshirt freshman in 2018, a year that saw him break Saquon Barkley’s all-purpose yard record for freshmen while ending up honorable mention All Big 10 as a receiver and kick returner. Was also a finalist for the Paul Hornung Award, given to the nation’s most versatile player. He didn’t quite produce the same way in 2019, but there is no denying how electric he is with the ball in his hands. The second-team All Big 10 receiver can line up in the slot and outside because of his ability to get vertical on one play and open underneath the next. He is as agile and quick as he is fast. The lack of size will hurt him and there needs to be an improvement as a pass catcher, but Hamler is the kind of player that a defense will need to adjust to. He is a playmaker that can make things happen at any given moment in a variety of ways. Elite burst both in a straight line and out of his breaks. Will make an impact athletically in all directions. More than a vertical threat. Loose and light lower half that can wiggle and adjust with ease. Great balance and control while  moving at a high rate. Understands nuances of route running. Eats a gap fast and will time his breaks well. Gets to his point and can change direction on a dime. Separation on all levels of the route tree. Savvy with the ball in his hands. Has the vision to forecast where the cutback lanes will be and is patient enough to allow them to develop. Can make a guy miss in a phone booth. Undersized and it shows up multiple times. Gets overwhelmed in contested situations. Catch radius is small, hands play small, staying power plays small. Won’t always overcome the lack of size when playing outside. Allows the ball into his body. Needs to show more extension toward the pass. Can be slow to get his head around. Doesn’t make the reads underneath that a slow target needs to. More of a reaction and speed player, not so much feel or instincts. 2019 stats: 56-904, 16.1 ypr, 8 TD, 23-126 PR, 5.5 avg, 24-513 KOR, 21.4 avg. No Combine workout-his choice. Second/third round. (A-30 3/4, H-9 3/8, VJ-DNP, SS-DNP).