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Denver Broncos News: Horse Tracks - Bubble Boy Edition

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It is going to be a while before the Broncos have to make their first cut down to 75.  Every preseason game will have been played by that point and training camp will be a thing of the past.  But until then, here is a list of players who find themselves firmly on the roster bubble:


Zac Dysert, Bryn Renner


Brennan Clay, Jerodis Williams


Greg Wilson, Bennie Fowler, Nathan Palmer, Greg Hardin, Isaiah Burse


Cameron Morrah, Gerrell Robinson


Paul Cornick, Ryan Miller, Ben Garland, Winston Justice, Vinston Painter


Mitch Unrein, Sione Fua, Cody Larsen


Will Pericak, Gret Latta, Hall Davis, Chase Vaughn, Kenny Anunike


Shaquil Barrett, Jerrell Harris, Steven Johson, LJ. Fort, Jamar Cheney, Corey Nelson


Louis Young, Jerome Murphy, Jordan Sullen, Tony Carter, Omar Bolden


John Boyett, Charles Mitchell

In most cases the fate of these players is a forgone conclusion.  In other cases they are battling with one other person in their position group for that final spot on the team.  I'll project my cut to 75 later on today, also detailing the most intriguing positional battles left on the Broncos Roster.

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