Bryce Callahan can be vital leader to Denver Broncos

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With OTA’s underway, Bryce Callahan has started to get adjusted to life in Denver. But it is his experience with Vic Fangio that could be key to the team.

It can take some time for an NFL player to get adjusted to a new city and a new team. However, it appears as if Bryce Callahan has been able to keep moving along. It will certainly have to be a factor with Chris Harris Jr. still absent from organized team activities.

With Harris Jr. missing in action, it has given Callahan a shot to work on the outside corner spot. He is no stranger to the position since he has played it a bit in college and with the Chicago Bears. But there is one area that I believe can really benefit the Denver Broncos with him joining the team.

His experience in the Vic Fangio system could truly be a blessing in disguise. And he made that perfectly clear when meeting the media.

"“I feel like that is one thing that I can bring to the defense is the knowledge. Just being in there for four years that I can kind of help some guys out and make it easier on them.” -Bryce Callahan"

When the Broncos signed Callahan to the team, the first thought was having someone familiar with the Vic Fangio system can be beneficial to the team. This is especially true seeing as how both Callahan and Fangio have worked together for quite a long time.

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Bryce Callahan noted that Denver was one of his first choices in free agency because of his familiarity with Vic Fangio. Having a player from a new coach’s former team will impact the team in a positive way.

Even though Bryce Callahan is still young and surrounded by a few veterans, it is a perfect case of a young guy being able to help assist a veteran, giving him that powerful leadership role and knowing what Fangio looks for in defensive schemes.

Hopefully the addition of Bryce Callahan is something that can benefit the Denver Broncos defense in 2019 and beyond.