At cornerback, Champ Bailey is obviously the No. 1 guy in Denver.
But who is going to play across from him this season?
Last year, Tracy Porter handled those duties early on before giving way to Chris Harris Jr. Now, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie has been added to the mix, and according to John Elway, Omar Bolden says he's coming back to "take somebody's job."
Potentially, DCR will wind up across from Bailey, and Harris will be the slot cornerback. That would leave Bolden fighting for the No. 4 cornerback spot with Tony Carter and Kayvon Webster, which may be where the real cornerback battle will be held.
Either way you look at it, the Broncos have a lot of depth at the position, and there will be fierce competition for all of the spots.