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Talk about competition.
The Broncos have seven players—Mike Adams, Rahim Moore, David Bruton, Quinton Carter, Duke Ihenacho, Ross Rasner and Quentin Jammer—competing for two starting safety gigs, and that's not even factoring in rookie Kayvon Webster, who is a cornerback but is listed as a "defensive back" by the team.
Webster, like Jammer, is a cornerback first but may be moved around in Denver's secondary.
Meanwhile, the Broncos seem to have been experimenting at the safety position during minicamp.
On Wednesday, Jammer and Bruton spent time with the first-team defense, according to 104.3 The Fan's Darren McKee. On Thursday, Jammer and Bruton were in the mix again, as was Ihenacho.
Curiously, Adams and Moore—the two starters from last season—have yet to see time with the first-team defense (or if they have, it hasn't been reported). Moore showed great improvement in 2012 and Denver's coaching staff has only sung his praises, so it's strange to not see him running with the 1's.
Perhaps Denver is trying to motivate him by the competition. Or perhaps they are really that impressed by special teams ace David Bruton.
On a different note, Carter is still recovering from injury. Once he returns, he figures to also be a part of the defensive rotation after a strong performance in the playoffs against the Pittsburgh Steelers two years ago.