Yes, it was Rahim Moore and not Mike Adams who bungled the play that forced overtime in the playoffs. But both of the Broncos’ starting safeties could be losing their starting jobs.
According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, Quentin Jammer and David Bruton are posing “legitimate threats” to the top of the safety depth chart.
Jammer, a converted cornerback who spent his entire career in San Diego, arrived recently and apparently has done well. Bruton, a career special-teamer, has found a new level of performance during the offseason program.
“Football is a game of angles and I worked on that this year,” Bruton said. “It’s not just breaking to the ball, it’s taking a peek at the receiver so you take the proper angle and play the ball after that. I still have work to do and I’ll continue to do that these next five weeks and when we get back.”