Ayers can play end, and will in passing situations, but the team seems to want to use him mostly at outside linebacker in base situations. Most of Denver's other outside linebackers are converted 4-3 ends.
Reid is moving from tackle to outside linebacker, but was with the first team most of the offseason. Dumervil is a natural pass rusher and should find a role that accentuates his strengths.
Crowder is also a possibility for playing time. Moss, a former first-round pick, needs to make a move up the depth chart.
The inside is solid. Williams will play the weak side and could have a huge season. He has a chance to make his first Pro Bowl. Davis is a productive veteran. There is good depth behind them, and Larsen can always move back to inside linebacker from fullback if needed.
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