According to Adam Schefter, the Denver Broncos have shuffled the deck a bit within the offensive line crew. The Broncos have signed OL Tony Hills, a former 4th-round draft pick of the Pittsburgh Steelers. To make room, the team waived OL Herb Taylor.
Hills (6-5, 305) was among the final cuts for the Steelers on Saturday and was battling to be the team's starting RG this year. Doug Legursky won the job, mainly because he can backup Maurkice Pouncey at center. Hills appeared in 4 games for the Steelers during his 3 seasons in Pittsburgh.
Hills played his college ball at Texas.