The Denver Broncos have unveiled their 53-man roster, and although there aren't too many shocks of the 22 casualties, there are a few that are worth noting and analyzing.
Amongst the released were 10-year veteran cornerback Drayton Florence, third-year cornerback Syd'Quan Thompson, third-year safety Rafael Bush and sixth-year tackle Ryan Harris.
Florence was a surprise, because as recently as last week, he was listed as one of the top backup corner backs. He was listed as Champ Bailey's top backup, and he was expected to play in nickel and/or dime packages for the Broncos this season. Instead, Denver decided to keep young corners such as Omar Bodlen over veterans such as Florence and Thompson.
Bush isn't that shocking of a cut, but he was listed as the top backup at free safety. It's a bit shocking because the Broncos decided to keep safety Jim Leonhard, who really didn't play at all throughout training camp and the preseason, over Bush, who actually wa...