After coming away from the NFL Draft with six new rookies and agreeing to terms with fifteen college free agents, the Denver Broncos appeared to have 92 players on their roster, two more than the NFL's offseason limit. Or so we thought.
As it turns out, the Broncos have only signed eleven of their college free agents, team PR man Erich Schubert explained over Twitter on Monday evening. After cutting defensive back Charles Mitchell earlier today, the Broncos are still three players under the 90-man limit.
@JonHeathNFL only 11 of the CFAs have been officially signed (a few of them are still wrapping up school/finals) so no moves needed yet— Erich Schubert (@schube13) May 13, 2014
Until the Broncos sign their remaining UDFAs, no more additional cuts will need to be made.
It could be a few days until all of the UDFAs sign, but eventually, they will all sign. When that happens, Denver will need to part ways with another player.