Derek Wolfe and Rahim Moore have made it all the way back.

The young defensive Broncos missed the second half of last season because of unusual setbacks. Both were listed as starters at their positions Sunday when the Broncos released their first official depth chart of the 2014 season.

Wolfe, a second-round draft pick in 2012, missed the final six regular-season games and three in the postseason after he was felled by seizurelike symptoms. He has recovered, and his starting left defensive end spot was waiting for him.

Moore, a second-round draft pick in 2011, was playing every down at free safety last season until he was stricken with lateral compartment syndrome in Game 10 against Kansas City. He missed the rest of the season but again is patrolling the Broncos' defensive center field this year.

There aren't many surprises on the Broncos' new depth chart. Peyton Manning remains the starting quarterback. Demaryius Thomas, Julius Thomas, Wes Welker and Emmanuel Sanders are his top targets.

Montee Ball is the starting running back, and all-pro Louis Vasquez is back at right guard.