- Bill Williamson, ESPN Staff Writer
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If Brandon Marshall's team suspension does last into the regular season, the Denver Broncos feel comfortable with their receiving crew.
Denver is working with Eddie Royal (who was a star as a rookie last season) and Jabar Gaffney (who was a key reserve for new Denver coach Josh McDaniels in New England) as the starters.
Brandon Stokley, known as one of the greatest No. 3 receivers in the history of the NFL, is the third receiver. Chad Jackson (another former Patriot) is No. 4 with Brandon Lloyd hurt. The team is also high on fifth-round pick Kenny McKinley.
McDaniels is known for running four-receiver sets and for spreading the ball around. The Broncos would be much more dangerous with Marshall but Denver is far from hurting at the receiver position.
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