The Denver Broncos have been busy looking to fill the roster hole - on paper anyway - left by the season-ending and subsequent release of right tackle Ja’Wuan James. They started with the signing of former-Chicago Bears tackle Bobby Massie to a one-year deal a week ago.
Massie, 31, should have the inside track towards starting in 2021. However, the Broncos weren’t done adding depth and competition. On Thursday, they officially signed veteran tackle Cameron Fleming. Fleming, 29, started a full season for the first time in his eight-year NFL career last season for the New York Giants.
In a corresponding move, the team also announced the waiver of quarterback Case Cookus.
New lawsuit claims Giants had culture of violence and intimidation in organization - ProFootballTalk
Maltese spent 30 years with the Giants. In the litigation, he accuses the Giants of firing him after he complained about an employee who was physically attacked by a supervisor. Maltese alleges that Giants general counsel William J. Heller warned Maltese against pushing the matter any farther, claiming that Heller said he would “strangle you until you can no longer breathe” if he told anyone else about the situation.
After a Workout Push, the N.F.L. Players Union Falls Flat - The New York Times
Union leadership had led a charge for players to workout on their own. But when the Broncos cut a player after a season-ending injury, tensions over the effort were revealed.
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LB Alexander Johnson signs restricted free agent tender
Denver also made a pair of other roster moves.
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