Denver Broncos: Mile High Mailbag: Just How Good Is This Team?

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I’m really high on Jordan Norwood. He really jumped off the screen in last week’s preseason matchup vs the Seahawks.

Since the Broncos chose to let KR/PR, Trindon Holliday, walk in free agency, it left them without a returner. At first, many thought that Isaiah Burse, an undrafted rookie free agent, would step up and fill that need.

May 28, 2013; Englewood, CO, USA; Denver Broncos wide receivers Wes Welker (83) and Isaiah Burse (19) and Nathan Palmer (13) and Greg Wilson (15) and Bennie Fowler (16) and Jordan Norwood (11) during organized team activities at the Broncos training facility. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

But that hasn’t come to fruition. It’s looking like Norwood has the edge in the KR/PR/WR spot. He also has great chemistry with Brock Osweiler.

If he can continue to perform throughout preseason, I like his odds. He is an NFL veteran afterall. If I had to call it now, I’d say that Norwood makes this team as the 6th WR.

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