It's been a busy few days for the Broncos.
On Saturday, Denver placed running back Montee Ball and safety Quinton Carter on injured reserve and activated linebacker Danny Trevathan (injured) and tight end Dominique Jones (practice squad) to the 53-man roster. The moves left Denver with two open spots on their ten-man practice squad (they were carrying nine before Jones was activated).
Trevathan to IR
Update II (Dec. 18, 10:04 a.m. MT): Jones has been signed back to the 53-man roster. Additionally, the Post's Mike Klis reports that offensive lineman Demarcus Love has been signed to the practice squad. Denver's active roster an practice squad are now full.
That left Denver with an open spot on the 53-man roster and two open spots on the practice squad.
The Broncos started filling those two spots on Wednesday by promoting safety Josh Bush to the 53-man roster and adding guard Jon Halapio to their practice squad, the team announced. Bush was promoted from the practice squad, leaving one open spot even after the addition of Halapio.
In short: 53 players now fill Denver's active roster. There's room for one more player on the practice squad.
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