John Fox and DeAngelo Williams were not reunited in Denver. Regardless of that fact it seemed pretty clear that Coach Fox was going to find a running back somewhere outside of his inherited Broncos roster to start for him.
It would appear that Willis McGahee is that man.
The future for players like Knowshon Moreno and Lendale White are still to be determined. John Fox is not shy about using multiple running backs but it will be clear who the starter is and that the others are just being used as a change of pace. McGahee should enter this camp knowing that the job is his to lose.
Coach Fox does have a familiar face on offense in Dante Rosario at tight end. Rosario and Daniel Fells were essentially brought in short term for a couple different reasons.
First, it allows for the potential of cutting former Josh McDaniels pick Richard Quinn. Second, it gives the team some flexibility in case 2011 draft picks Julius Thomas and Virgil Green develop more quickly then anticipated.
Plan on seeing Dante Rosario, and a lot of him, as a pass catching option for Kyle Orton on third down.