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Broncos promote Quinn Bailey to active roster; send Adam Gotsis to injured reserve

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The Denver Broncos have made a couple of roster moves head into their season finale against the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.

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The Denver Broncos have officially placed defensive end Adam Gotsis on injured reserve. It’s possible we have seen him play his final snap for the team as he enters 2020 as an unrestricted free agent. In his place, Denver has called up rookie right tackle Quinn Bailey form the practice squad.

Bailey, a 6’6” 323 pound undrafted rookie out of Arizona State University. He has spent the entire season on the Broncos practice squad after signing as a college free agent with Denver on April 30, 2019. He also played in all five preseason games for the team.

To round things out, the Broncos also signed another rookie offensive tackle to the practice squad in Ka’John Armstrong. He played college ball at Eastern Michigan University and spent part of his rookie season on the practice squad with the Jacksonville Jaguars and spent his training camp with the Cleveland Browns.