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The Broncos got Manning, but they didn't stop there. Denver also added some receivers and tight ends to help him.
Joel Dreessen, Jacob Tamme, Brandon Stokley, Andre Caldwell and Jason Hill were among those brought into Denver for the 2012 season. Manning would've been fine with Eric Decker, Demaryius Thomas and one more tight end, but Denver got him a lot of guys to throw to.
Tamme was Manning's teammate in Indy and is a great short yardage target. He can break tackles so on 3rd-and-10,he could catch a defense by surprise. Dreessen will be a good target for Manning as well. Manning played against him a lot while Dreessen was in Houston.
Stokley was also Manning's teammate in Indy, so Manning will know Stokley well too. Caldwell and Hill will be utility players, but they should catch some passes as well. Throw in Eric Page and Gerell Robinson, two speedy receivers with potential, and you have a great offense.
Oh, and don't forget Decker and Thomas.
Thomas takes long strides when he runs, so he is a great deep threat. Decker runs crisp routes, so he is a good short target. Both have solid hands (although Thomas did drop some passes last year), and both know how to get open.
Denver is extremely deep when it comes to wideouts and tight ends. Luckily, they have a good guy to throw the ball to the receivers and tight ends.