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Broncos practice squad tracker and roster updates

The Denver Broncos will be filling out their 16-man practice squad on Sunday. Follow along with all the news and updates here.

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The Denver Broncos cut down their roster on Saturday to the 53-man limit, but most teams will be looking at the waiver wire today. There is also the 16-man practice squad that will be filled out.

Executive President of Football Operations / General Manager John Elway noted yesterday that the team won’t likely be very active on the waiver wire. If they do, they’ll be 15th in the waiver wire order.

“No, we don’t,” Elway said. “I think that we feel pretty good about our football team. Obviously, we’re going to look at everything and look at all possibilities and see if there’s a chance that somebody would be out there to help our football team. I think we feel pretty good about where we are, kind of excited about the football team we have.”

Here are all of the days roster moves below. We’ll update this post as news breaks.

Broncos practice squad

  • OLB Derrek Tuszka
  • WR Trinity Benson
  • S P.J. Locke
  • C/G Patrick Morris
  • QB Brett Rypien
  • DB Alijah Holder
  • QT Quinn Bailey
  • WR Fred Brown
  • RB LaVante Bellamy
  • FB Jeremy Cox
  • DL DeShawn Williams
  • OT Darrin Paulo
  • CB De’Vante Bausby
  • LB Josh Watson
  • OT Jake Rodgers
  • CB Kevin Toliver (Source)

Other Broncos roster moves

  • Broncos did not place a waiver claim. (Source)
  • Malik Carney will work out with the Jaguars. (Source)
  • Justin Hollins signed to the Rams practice squad. (Source)
  • September 5: Waived Ts Quinn Bailey, Darrin Paulo, Jake Rodgers and Hunter Watts, RBs LeVante Bellamy and Jeremy Cox, WRs Trinity Benson, Fred Brown, Kendall Hinton, Cody White and Juwann Winfree, OLs Malik Carney, Tyler Jones and Derrek Tuszka, Ss P.J. Locke, Douglas Coleman III and Alijah Holder, TE Troy Fumagalli, LBs Justin Hollins and Josh Watson, C Pat Morris.

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