-Aside from DT, Caldwell is the longest tenured Broncos WR and has built a chemistry with Manning
-Is the most experienced of the 4 depth receivers
Dec 22, 2014; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Denver Broncos wide receiver Andre Caldwell (12) against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports
-Proved in his preseason play that he still has big play potential
-Has the most pro experience of anybody in the receiving group
-Is entering a contract year. It would be unfortunate to have him emerge as the #3 WR then have the possibility of him leaving after the season.
-Cody Latimer was expected to become the #3 WR. Even though his preseason play didn’t warrant that position, it will be interesting to see if Latimer gets more playing time because of his draft status.
-Jordan Norwood emerged as a solid threat from the slot, which is typically the spot the #3 WR would play. Although Caldwell had a good off-season, Norwood was equally impressive and is a natural fit in the slot position.
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