Update: The Broncos have not yet officially signed all fifteen of their undrafted free agents and therefore are still under the 90-man roster limit. With that being the case, no more cuts will be coming today.
The Denver Broncos have to make two roster cuts Monday to fit their draft picks and undrafted rookie signings into the NFL-mandated 90-man roster limit, and they announced the first such cut this morning.
The #Broncos have waived defensive back Charles Mitchell.— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) May 12, 2014
Charles Mitchell, a 5'11", 205-lbs., second-year cornerback out of Mississippi State was signed to a future contract by the club on January 22nd of this year. Mitchell was a sixth-round draft pick of the Atlanta Falcons in 2012 who played 10 games for the Falcons in his rookie season. He was waived out of the team's training camp in 2013.
We will update this post with the second release when it is announced.