The Denver Broncos have had three days of training camp, but some players are standing out more than others. Who needs to be making more noise?
Through the first three days of Denver Broncos training camp, plenty of players are making an early impression.
Unfortunately, there are also some out there that are just not quite catching the eyes of practice onlookers and that will need to change for them rather quickly.
There are plenty of days left for guys to stack practices together, and there are still all three preseason games for everyone to make a lasting impression.
It’s early, but let’s take a look at some of the players that aren’t making enough noise so far in training camp.
Alex Singleton needs to make some more noise at Denver Broncos training camp
Let’s be as fair as possible here — the Denver Broncos are currently not allowed to wear pads. Hitting is limited. Tackling is pretty much not happening unless by accident.
It’s not overly fair to say that a linebacker is not making enough noise at this point.
With that being said, Jonas Griffith has still made quite the impression through the first three days of training camp, and is apparently running away with the starting linebacker job next to Josey Jewell.
When Singleton was signed in free agency, the move was pitched as starting competition which many (myself included) scoffed at a little bit.
Singleton has accomplished plenty early on in his NFL career but through the first handful of days at training camp, it’s Griffith looking like a breakout defensive star and more like Singleton’s biggest role will be on special teams.