Denver Broncos: Su’a Cravens Cleared For Action
The Denver Broncos received great news to their secondary as Su’a Cravens was informed that he has been cleared for football activity.
There has been no desperation for depth as far as the safety position is concerned, but a much needed body at the position seems to be returning. According to multiple sources, Su’a Cravens returns to action after a few stints in Training Camp. He appears to be in a positive mood from his post this afternoon.
Cravens has yet to appear in preseason games. However, there’s a great deal of versatility he adds to the team. In fact, as defenders go, the Broncos are in dire need of a third corner.
The addition of Cravens comes at a beautiful time for their secondary. It is well documented the Swiss Army talent he brings as a cornerback, safety, or dime backer. Cravens is capable of covering numerous athletic players on teams such as tight ends, running backs and wide receivers.
Due to the lack of game action do not be surprised if the Denver Broncos consider playing Cravens in the last preseason. This is not a sign he is on the bubble. However, it is a chance to knock off the rust. Cravens is a very valuable player to this secondary. It would be best served to get him in right before the season starts.
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The division of the AFC West is oozing with athletic tight ends such as Hunter Henry and Travis Kelce. Cravens is the best alternative to neutralize those players. It’s imperative the Broncos treat this situation with urgency. The inability to cover tight ends and running backs continues to be a problem. During the preseason, clear signs of the issue remain.
It was a welcome sight Friday night seeing Dymonte Thomas rise to the occasion. Thomas is the other safety to play in the absence of both Will Parks and Cravens in the preseason. Depth is needed as we inch closer to the regular season. If Parks or Cravens cannot go, then there is another next man up capable of doing the job.
All in all, the Denver Broncos caught quite a boost last night and today.