Broncos might have two new starting safeties in 2013

The Denver Broncos won the AFC West last year and easily will be the favorites this year to win the Super Bowl (please don’t sue us NFL). Often when a team is solid talent wise, you won’t see too many camp battles. Looks like that exclusion excludes the two safety positions.

According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, former starters Rahim Moore and Mike Adams are in danger of losing their starting roles with the team.

The starting safeties last season were Rahim Moore and Mike Adams. Bruton and Quentin Jammer are posing legitimate threats for those spots this year

Quentin Jammer was signed this offseason after having spent all of his career as a cornerback for the San Diego Chargers. In his last couple years in San Diego, many thought Jammer should of been moved to safety, but it was Norv Turner’s stubbornness ( or Jammer’s) that wouldn’t allow the move to be made.
Whatever moves the Broncos make they will still be seen as the favorites to win the AFC. The team has gone into a ‘win-now’ mentality as Peyton Manning only has about two years minimum left in the tank.

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