Jabar Gaffney isn't satisfied with his 2009 season, but it was one of his personal best. Gaffney played in all 16 games for the seventh time in his career and caught at least one pass in 14 contests. "I hope that we have a lot of guys that end up being our No. 1 receiver at different times during the year," coach Josh McDaniels said. Gaffney says having a year in Denver's offense helps him. "The more you're in it, the more comfortable you feel in it, the more you understand what you can and can't do and realize what the defense is doing a little bit faster. Hopefully I'll be able to go out there and recognize stuff and be able to get to the right place and feel comfortable doing it, knowing we're going to make the right play," he said.
Gaffney Could Be Denver's Top Receiver