The Denver Broncos included 2 practice team gamers and parted methods with another on Tuesday, the group revealed.
Denver signed running back Kerrith Whyte and offensive deal with Adrian Ealy to the 16-player practice team and launched inside linebacker Curtis Robinson.
Cutting Robinson was a rather unexpected relocation considered that he was gotten in touch with to play in 3 video games this season, amounting to 5 takes on and one quarterback hit. It wouldn’t be unexpected to see the novice out of Stanford arrive at another group’s practice team.
Whyte (5-10, 204 pounds) is a second-year running back who has actually hung out with 5 NFL groups, appearing in 6 routine season video games. He has actually played mainly as a returner.
Ealy (6-6, 321 pounds) is an undrafted novice out of Oklahoma who signed with the Baltimore Ravens in May and began the season on their practice team.
In addition to making the above deals, the Broncos likewise secured offending deal with Quinn Bailey, running back Damarea Crockett and pass receiver Seth Williams on the practice team today.
Denver likewise exercised complimentary representative defensive back Adrian Colbert on Tuesday. Ealy exercised for the Broncos recently prior to signing up with the practice team today, so Colbert may be a gamer to watch on.
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