Keishawn Bierria, LB/ST
A sixth-round pick by the Broncos, Keishawn Bierria has been a special teams ace for Denver this season, playing the third-most snaps in that phase of the game with 11 defensive snaps.
He’s not made any huge splash plays, but Bierria obviously has the trust of the coaching staff because he’s active every week.
Sam Jones, OL
Sam Jones hasn’t played yet for the Broncos this season despite their many injuries along the offensive line. That’s okay, though, he was expected to be a developmental player in the first place. He could get a shot in 2019.
Jeff Holland, EDGE
The Broncos just recently called Holland up to the active roster, and he’s yet to get the chance to play in a regular season game. Expectations are high, however, and Holland could end up being a difference maker as a pass rusher with Shaquil Barrett injured.
Troy Fumagalli, TE
Fumagalli, like half of the Broncos’ original tight end group, is on injured reserve. He has great potential as a pass catcher and blocker when healthy, but we will have to wait for 2019.
Nico Falah, OL
The Broncos poached Falah off of the Jets’ practice squad but he’s also been inactive since coming to the team. They likely have plans for him down the road and perhaps the coaches liked him in the 2018 NFL Draft if they are stashing him on the active roster with needs elsewhere.