Latimer admitted that he struggled learning the playbook last season, which played a role in his limited playing time, but he believes he will be a regular contributor this season under new head coach Gary Kubiak, the Denver Post reports.
Anderson will enter training camp atop the depth chart, and Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak suggested the team would like to have a three-down running back, ESPN.com reports. "I think in this league as coaches you look for guys that can be three-down players," Kubiak said. "When you have two-down players, that's fine, but it's just very difficult in the game standpoint and getting them the ball and calling the game when you're not out there all the time. [Anderson] has a knack for protection, he's very bright in protection. So he's a guy thatís not going to leave the field -- as much as he can stand. And that's what the great ones do, so that gives him an excellent chance."