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Broncos Adam Gase: Cody Latimer has done great job staying ready

Broncos Adam Gase: Cody Latimer has done great job staying ready
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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. – The Denver Broncos have reachedhttp://www.redskinsonlineofficialstore.com/RYAN-KERRIGAN-JERSEY-CHEAP.html the halfway point of their season and one of the team’s prized rookies hasn’t seen any time in the team’s high-powered offense. Wide receiver Cody Latimer, who was the Broncos' second-round draft pick in this past May’s NFL draft, has been active for three games this season, but has played just two snaps on offense -- both against the New England Patriots this past Sunday -- as he continues to battle through the growing pains in the Broncos' substantial playbook. For his part, Latimer has consistently said, “I’m just trying to study, get in my [playbook] and be ready for when the opportunity comes. I want to make plays that help us win games. Whatever that means, I’ll do it.’’ Overall, in the Broncos’ rookie class, the first-year players on defense have had an easier time cracking the lineup. Cornerback Bradley Roby and linebackers Corey Nelson and Lamin Barrow have played 78, 14 and 5 percent of the team’s snaps on defense. Nelson and Barrow also have been regulars on special teams. Offensively, the rookies have had a more difficult time in the Broncos’ no-huddle, audible-heavy attack. Tackle Michael Schofield has been a game-day inactive for eight of the Broncos games. Matt Paradis is on the Broncos’ practice squad. In Latimer’s case, for a wide receiver, this is not your father’s offense and the receivers have a pile of choices to make both before and after the snap that have to match the decisions quarterback Peyton Manning makes in the pocket. If Manning throws to the spot where he expects the receiver to be, the receiver has to have made the right adjustment to get there. “Any time you’re a rookie, it’s tough because most of these guys were the best player in their high school and, if not the best player Peyton Manning Womens Jersey in college, one of them,’’ said offensive coordinator Adam Gase. “Anytime you come in and you’re not playing a lot, you’re inactive, you’re active, you’re not really involved in the offense, it’s that guy’s decision to shut it down or stay with it. He’s done a great job of staying in his book. He constantly is around me through the whole practice, asking me questions – ‘How would I do this?’ or ‘What’s the adjustment here?’’’ Since Wes Welker’s return from his suspension to open the season, there hasn’t been much room for a fourth receiver in the offense. Since Week 3, Andre Caldwell, who has been the No. 4 receiver on game day since Welker's return, has appeared for more than nine snaps on offense in just one game – 20 snaps against the San Francisco 49ers. The Broncos still expect Latimer to contribute at some point in the season and believe he’s ready if an injury to one of the team’s other receivers forces him into the lineup. Overall, Gase said the most difficult thing in the offense for a young receiver is making adjustments to the route based on the coverage he sees. Gase said Latimer is on a similar developmental path to Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker when the two were Broncos’ rookies in 2010 and Gase was the team’s wide receivers coach in an offense that didn’t do nearly as many pre-snap adjustments at the line of scrimmage. “If you’re running a comeback and http://www.officialsanfranciscogiants.com/WOMENS-WILLIE-MAYS-JERSEY.html it’s Cover 2, you have a completely different route, whether it be a fade or you turn it into some kind of corner route," Gase said. "It’s a tough thing to adjust on the fly, and all of a sudden you release and they’re disguising it. … Things like that, it happens so fast. If you’re not used to doing that stuff, it takes some time to get used to … I had [Thomas] and Decker, and we didn’t get those guys going until late in the season. It’s not easy. It’s a tough position to learn.”

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