Denver Broncos: Five players flying under the radar
Dymonte Thomas, S
It’s not often that players like Dymonte Thomas get called out by name during offseason activities, but that’s exactly what head coach Vance Joseph did for the former undrafted player out of Michigan.
Thomas has excellent athleticism and speed, which he showed off in a pick-six against the Arizona Cardinals in the team’s preseason finale against the Arizona Cardinals last year.
After a strong camp and preseason, the Broncos added Thomas to their practice squad and promoted him later in the year.
Thomas didn’t have the luxury of playing on the active roster as long as Jamal Carter, but he ended up playing almost as many defensive snaps down the stretch and proved his versatility to play deep or in the box.
The Broncos have a very deep group of safeties but Thomas could potentially take one of the 10 or 11 defensive back spots the Broncos have available and play a key role on special teams as well.