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Top candidates for the Broncos practice squad

Who should the Denver Broncos bring back to their practice squad?

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The Denver Broncos began releasing players on Monday to get down to the final 53-man roster. A total of 15 players were waived yesterday and plenty more will be coming today.

Any of the waived players could be good candidates for the practice squad, but these are the players from Monday’s cut list that I would like to see given a hard look for the practice squad.

  • OLB Derek Tuszka
  • WR Tyrie Cleveland
  • WR Seth Williams
  • TE Austin Fort
  • QB Brett Rypien
  • OL Austin Schlottmann
  • LB Curtis Robinson
  • WR/QB Kendall Hinton

I may have to cull this list as more players hit the waivers today, but of those players who were cut on Monday these would be the ones I’d like to see brought back onto the practice squad. Were there any players you saw cut yesterday that you think Denver should look at bringing back?

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