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Report: Running back De’Angelo Henderson and linebacker Jeff Holland are already generating interest from other teams. According to The Athletics Nicki Jhabvala and The Denver Posts Ryan O’Halloran Youth Darian Stewart Jersey , running back De’Angelo Henderson and rookie linebacker Jeff Holland are already generating interest from other teams.The Broncos have to trim their roster from 90 players to 53 players at the end of the week so nuggets like this are interesting.Henderson is entering his second season in the league after going in the sixth-round of the 2017 NFL Draft. He made the squad last season after having an impressive preseason but only played sparingly during the regular season. He totaled 7 carries for 13 yards while hauling in 2 receptions for 36 yards and 1 touchdown. He has looked promising whenever he has hit the field, but he has not been given much of a chance to showcase what he can do. To make matters worse for Henderson, the Broncos drafted Royce Freeman in the third-round and Dave Williams in the 7th round of the 2018 NFL Draft. They also added rookie Phillip Lindsay as an undrafted free agent into the mix as well. It appears at least two of these three rookie backs have surpassed Henderson on the depth chart and he is competing with Dave Williams for that final roster spot at running back.Now with Henderson either potentially on the outs or on the bubble, teams are already expressing interest in the second-year back. If the Broncos are planning on waiving Henderson during the cuts, they could try to work out a trade with one of these teams. Much like they did with Ty Sambrailo last season. Or, this news could work in Henderson’s favor. They may have been hoping he could slip through waivers and land on their Practice Squad. This news that teams are already expressing interest could help keep him on the Broncos 53-man roster. The roster crunch is always a tough one and it could be an interesting week for Henderson. Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY SportsAs for Holland, I am not surprised teams are already expressing interest. Most pundits believed he would go in the 3rd or 4th rounds of the 2018 NFL Draft, but for some reason, Holland went undrafted. The Broncos quickly swooped in and signed Holland to an undrafted contract and bolstered the teams already deep edge rushing unit. Holland has had a solid preseason but also faces the same roster crunch that Henderson and many others are facing. He has the likes of All-Pro Von Miller, fifth-overall pick Bradley Chubb, former first-round pick Shane Ray, and Shaquil Barrett ahead of him. So playing time will be hard to find for Holland which makes his roster spot questionable at best. You can never have enough edge rushers, but again, the roster crunch is tough and Holland could be on the outs. However, much like Henderson, the news that teams are already showing interest could force their hand a bit here and keep him on the 53. Personally http://www.broncosauthorizedshops.com/authentic-matt-paradis-jersey , I like Holland’s odds much better than Henderson. Talented pass rushers are never easy to find and backs like Henderson are for a lack of a better term, a dime a dozen and much easier to find and replace. Both talented young players are on the roster bubble and it will be interesting to see how it all plays out for them and many other Broncos in the coming days. Chris Harris Jr. is looking forward to Sunday.Yeah, he knows Philip Rivers is a whiner (I mean, who doesn’t?) but he also knows Philip Rivers.As in, knows how he plays, knows how he thinks, knows how he does everything he can to win.And that’s why Harris Jr. likes to play against him.“It’s just fun, just football,” he said Wednesday. “It’s a rival game, a division game, and you want to beat him. That’s just what it is. You know he wants to beat you bad and he’s probably drawing up something for me right now just to get me (laughter). I’ve got to be ready for anything.”Being ready for anything this season with Rivers means being ready for a college-style offense - just like with so many other NFL teams.“They’re running the football, they’re taking ownership. Giving [Melvin] Gordon [III] the ball and riding him,” Harris Jr. said, joking that the Chargers have “adopted the college offense like everybody else (laughter) with tons of jet sweeps, tons of motions, some sprinkles of RPOs Brandon Marshall Jersey , little sprinkles because he can’t really run the ball. They’re trying to do it.”And so far this season the trial has equaled great success. The Chargers have a 7-2 record while their quarterback has had a QB rating over 100 every week this season, and the Rivers’ TD:INT ratio is pretty damn impressive - 21 touchdowns to 4 interceptions.But he’s still a whiner, and that means he’s one of the QBs that rival fan bases love to hate.Also because he’s good.“He does whine a lot, he does,” Harris Jr. laughed. “I can play with him. Just because you know he’s going to do whatever he can to try to wheel his team. Try to get every call from the ref. That’s just how Rivers is. He’s going to be screaming at the refs just as much as we are during the game.”In fact, Rivers, despite never cursing, also never lets up - making him one of the best smack talkers in the business, according to Harris Jr.“He might be the only quarterback that truly talks smack the whole game,” he said. “So, I think so, yeah.”But Harris Jr. knows it’s not a joke when it comes to Rivers’ pre-snap abilities to neutralize a defense.“It’s before the play. It’s before the play even happens. The way he dissects the defense and what we’re doing. We have to be very — we can’t be sitting ducks this week. We can’t be stagnant,” Harris Jr. said. “We have to move. We have to try to confuse him.”In fact, “confusing him” will allow Von Miller and Bradley Chubb to work their duo dynamite and get after Rivers - something he definitely does not want. Miller always seems to have a good day when he’s playing Rivers, logging 15 career sacks against the Chargers, more than against any other team. And in their last meeting Authentic Adam Gotsis Jersey , Miller posted two sacks, two QB hits, five tackles plus two tackles for loss.But for another day like that, Harris Jr. and his secondary need to be on point.“It’s no different than when you play a guy like Peyton [Manning],” Harris Jr. recalled. “A guy that understands everything that you do defensively. We can’t be sitting ducks. So, we have to move around and make it hard for him.”Perhaps Harris Jr. - who has three career interceptions against Rivers - will even get No. 17 to curse on Sunday.“I don’t think I’ve ever heard him curse. No, he doesn’t. But it’s fun though. I just tell him that ‘I’ll try to get you again,’” the cornerback said. “He’s always happy to try to get me whenever he can. 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