Broncos practice squad and waiver tracker

Broncos punt returner Isaiah McKenzie celebrates with fans after 78-yard touchdown

Barely had the dust settled on the 53-man rosters and the teams are making moves again.

The Denver Broncos could sign 10 players to their 2018 practice squad and brought back several players who were waived on Saturday, including 2017 draft picks Carlos Henderson and Brendan Langley.

Nose tackle Kyle Peko — a practice squad regular in 2016 and 2017 — was brought back, as was wide receiver River Cracraft, who spent part of last season on the squad.

Rookie Outside linebacker Jeff Holland also returned along with rookie running back Dave Williams.

It is unclear whether the Broncos tried to bring back running back De’Angelo Henderson, who joined the New York Jets practice squad.

Punt returner Isaiah McKenzie was originally brought back on the practice squad, but was promoted to the 53-man roster after safety Su’a Cravens was placed on injured reserve with a knee injury.

As of 15:00 MDT on September 2, the following players have been added to the Broncos practice squad for the 2018 season:

Trey Marshall, S
Brian Parker, TE
Austin Schlottmann, OL
Kyle Peko, NT
River Cracraft, WR
Brendan Langley, CB
Carlos Henderson, WR (Reserve/Suspended week 1)
Dave Williams, RB
Jeff Holland, OLB
Avery Gennesy, OL

The Broncos made a big statement early Sunday with the announcement they claimed former Cleveland quarterback Kevin Hogan, who spent this summer with Washington.

In a corresponding move, the team waived 2016 first-round pick Paxton Lynch, who was described as the “third-string quarterback” when the 53-man roster was confirmed on Saturday night.

About Paul Thomas 202 Articles
Paul is one of Broncos Europe's main contributors, based in London, England. When not providing us with the latest Denver Broncos news, he can be found in a sports bar watching any sport. A long-time Broncos fan, he tries to forget many of the bad pre-Manning years.

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