Five Offensive Dark Horses for the Denver Broncos

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Aug 29, 2013; Denver, CO, USA; The ball goes through the hands of Denver Broncos wide receiver Gerell Robinson (10) in the fourth quarter against the Arizona Cardinals at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The Cardinals won 32-24. Mandatory Credit: Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports

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Gerell Robinson

TE, Arizona State

It’s hard to justify putting two tight ends on this list, but the Broncos have spent some significant time developing Gerell Robinson and could start seeing returns on that investment in 2014. Robinson has a fantastic rapport with fellow ASU alum and backup QB Brock Osweiler, and has bulked himself up into the 245 pound range in order to play in-line as a tight end. What Robinson is good at is catching the football, and with that kind of size and his strong hands, he could be a guy that helps the Broncos in a pinch as a receiving tight end.
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