Earlier this week we looked at the cornerback position and that’s where I talked about potential safety Marcus Cooper and definite safety Jamell Fleming. Brown is another multi-position guy but his second home is at linebacker as he sits at 5-foot-11 and 215 pounds.
Brown’s only real time on the field was with the New York Giants in 2012 where he recorded eight interceptions and two forced fumbles but a torn ACL prior to the 2013 season kept him from ever reaching those numbers again. Brown has a good chance of making the Chiefs roster with his continued potential and ability to take on tight ends with his size.
Sorensen is one of those guys who works extremely hard to make up for a lack of athleticism. He’s no bum on the field but his speed and agility don’t touch Eric Berry’s. Despite this, Sorensen’s work ethic has allowed him to make solid plays on special teams as a captain and come up big in run support on defense.
He even got to the quarterback once in 2015. Sorensen plays with an intensity that is valuable in a secondary in dire need of experience so he shouldn’t lose any ground in camp as long as he keeps it up.
Davis is a third year safety that went undrafted to Washington in 2014. He spent limited time on the field there and spent 2015 on the bench for three different teams. Another bigger safety, he converted to linebacker his senior year at Memphis.
The Chiefs really like guys that can come up in the box and pressure the quarterback so Davis’ experience may give him a slight edge in camp. He will be battling with Shakiel Randolph, Brown and Sorensen for that big safety spot as well as a special teams spot. Davis will need to show the same stuff that got him on Washington’s final roster to change the downward trend of his career.