Bronco Depth Chart a mess

You know, I was pissed when I saw all the reports about Selvin Young being the #2 RB in Denver because my guy there told me just last Thursday he thought it was Cecil Sapp. Got a couple of e-mails, blah, blah blah. Guess who is officially the #2 RB on their official depth chart announced this week? Cecil-freaking-Sapp is.

Now, I will say this DC means very little. They have Brandon Stokley as the #2 opposite Javon Walker, but Brandon Marshall is going to be the 2nd receiver. As for Young, he’s officially #5 on the depth chart!

Just be prepared for this: the backup RB situation is a nightmare. One thing that gives Sapp an advantage is he’s played FB, and he can catch the ball. I think he will play no matter what if Travis Henry goes down.

But talk to me tomorrow; I might have a different spin. 

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