Thirteen players wore #95 for the Denver Broncos in the franchise's history. All of them played on the Defensive side of the line of scrimmage. Five were Defensive Tackles, four were Defensive Ends, two were Linebackers and two played a hybrid Linebacker/Defensive Lineman position. Check out the lineup for the Greatest Bronco to wear #95.
Tim Joiner was drafted by the Oilers in the 3rd round (58th overall) of the 1983 NFL Draft. He spent 2 seasons in Houston and joined the Broncos in 1987. Joiner started all 3 games he played in Denver, but did not record a stat.
Alphonso Taylor was signed by the Broncos as an Undrafted Free Agent out of Temple University in 1993. He played 3 games in Denver that year.
Paul Grasmanis was drafted by the Bears in the 4th round (116th overall) of the 1996 NFL Draft. He played for Chicago from 1996-1998. In 1999, Grasmanis spent one week with the St. Louis Rams and was then placed on waivers. The Broncos picked him up and Paul played from Week 10 through the end of the season, but was Inactive for Weeks 14 and 15. He made 7 Tackles in 5 games with Denver in 1999. Grasmanis signed with the Eagles in 2000, played 5 years and then retired before the 2006 season because of persistent injuries.
Marvin Washington was drafted by the Jets in the 6th round (151st overall) of the 1989 NFL Draft. He played in New York from 1989-1996, San Francisco in 1997 and became a Bronco in 1998. Marvin didn't start, but he played in all 16 games in 1998, with 23 Tackles and 2 Sacks. He was a part of Denver's Super Bowl XXXIII championship team. Washington played one more year in the league, ending his career with the San Francisco 49ers in 1999.
There is not much to choose from in this group. Darrell Reid had pretty good production for one year as a part time player. Marvin Washington played the same amount of time as Reid and he won a Super Bowl Ring. Michael Dean Perry was a 3-year starter and went to a Pro Bowl. Kavika Pittman played 3 seasons as well, without any Pro Bowls, but similar stats as Perry. To me, it should be between Pittman and Perry. You can decide this one MHR.