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“I kind of figured it would be like that,” Davis said. “Two tight end sets, you have guys out there, but usually it’s one guy that gets most of those balls. Other guys might do blocking, might get a few passes, so I’m fine with whatever the role is.”

Receivers and coaches agree that the disparity in catches is fine as long as the team wins. Besides, it’s hard to do much complaining on a team that is 2-2 and still learning its way after going 4-12 last year.

“We’re just kind of getting used to each other right now,” coach Mike Shanahan said. “Santana is an excellent receiver, and Chris is an excellent tight end, and hopefully we can get some others involved and be a little more effective than we have been.”

NOTES: LT Trent Williams (knee, toe) was still limited in practice Thursday, but Shanahan said he’s “making strides” and could be ready to return to the lineup Sunday against the Green Bay Packers. “Hopefully he keeps on improving each day, and if he keeps on improving like he has over the last two days, I think he’ll be able to go,” Shanahan said. “But we’ll have to check him out tomorrow.”