Broncos camp: 5 surprises on first depth chart release

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Oct 11, 2014; West Point, NY, USA; Rice Owls wide receiver Jordan Taylor (15) runs after a catch during the first half at Michie Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Danny Wild-USA TODAY Sports

Jordan Taylor’s position on the depth chart

There has been so much hype on how Jordan Taylor has performed. A lot of people are even predicting that he becomes the next player on a long list of undrafted players to make the final roster for the Broncos. However, as of now, he is on the outside looking in.

It was going to be a tough camp for him anyways. Competing with 12 wide receivers is never an easy task for any player, especially when roster spots are limited and are restricted to back up roles. It will not surprise me to see Jordan Taylor climb up the depth chart as the preseason rolls on, but as of now, it is not looking pretty for the undrafted rookie out of Rice University. Preseason games are a good way of impressing coaches.

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