(USA Today Sports)
(USA Today Sports)

The Denver Broncos swung a deal for 49ers TE Vernon Davis just before the trade deadline last week, but saw their investment barely reach the field in Week 9 against the Colts playing in less than 10 snaps. Obviously, that wasn’t what Kubiak had in mind when the Broncos traded for Davis, but Kubiak said Davis’s limited playing time was largely because the Broncos fell behind early and had to play no-huddle most of the game, and Davis doesn’t know the offense well enough yet to know all of Peyton Manning’s calls at the line.

It takes any player, veteran or not, to learn the idiosyncrasies of a Peyton Manning led offense, but head coach Gary Kubiak does not seem concerned, saying, “Yeah, he’s definitely going to play more.”  “We got down and got into some hurry-up verbiage at the line of scrimmage. Those are the things that he wasn’t up with us on, so that’s why he kind of got the lost [snaps] there at times. He’s much more available this week from the standpoint of what he knows.”

Vernon knows his playing time will increase every week, “It’s just about being patient and getting the work done to be ready,’’ Davis said.

We will find out how much more his playing time will increase when the Broncos host the Chiefs at 4:25pm EST tomorrow.

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