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Roderick Rogers Becomes Final Piece Of Broncos Practice Squad

The Denver Broncos on Monday signed safety Roderick Rogers to their practice squad, Head Coach Mike Shanahan announced.

With Rogers' signing, all eight spots on the Broncos' practice squad are now filled.

Rogers (6-foot-2, 187 pounds) is a second-year player who rejoins the Broncos after he was waived on Sunday. He spent his rookie season with Denver, which signed him as a college free agent from the University of Wisconsin on May 2, 2007.

The safety was on Denver's practice squad for the first 15 weeks of the 2007 season before appearing in the club's final two games of the year. During the 2008 preseason, he tied for fifth on the Broncos with nine tackles (8 solo) while appearing in all four games (1 start).

At Wisconsin, Rogers was a two-time second-team All-Big Ten Conference selection.

Rogers attended Stephenson High School in Stone Mountain, Ga., and was born on Sept. 7, 1984.


S Roderick Rogers
S Josh Barrett
DE Ryan McBean
RB P.J. Pope
WR Travis Wilson
QB Darrell Hackney
OG Mitch Erickson
DT Steven Harris