[tps_header]4. Denver Broncos wide receivers[/tps_header]
Call them a by-product of Peyton Manning if you will, but the Broncos’ receiving corps is loaded with weapons. Demaryius Thomas is a prototypical No. 1 receiver and hauled in 92 passes for 1,430 yards in 2013. Wes Welker has been the NFL’s definition of a slot receiver for the better part of a decade and further proved that last season. In his first year in a Broncos uniform, Welker caught 73 passes for 778 yards and 10 touchdowns.
The Broncos lost Eric Decker to the Jets this offseason, but they replaced him with Emmanuel Sanders, who went for 67 catches and 740 yards with the Steelers in 2013. The wild card? Rookie Cody Latimer, who many had projected as a first-round talent. The Indiana product was drafted by Denver with the 56th pick in the second round and has the size, speed and hands to be an impact player immediately.