The Denver Broncos have completed their initial 90-man roster for the 2019 season after signing seven college free agents Thursday.
After general manager drafted six new players in the 2019 NFL Draft last month, he also traded for veteran linebacker/special teamer Dekoda Watson and added 17 college free agents.
After the initial wave of college free agents signed, Denver added Pittsburgh fullback George Aston, UConn center Ryan Crozier, Stanford cornerback Alijah Holder, Samford wide receiver Kelvin McKnight, Nevada linebacker Malik Reed, and Colorado State linebacker Josh Watson.
To make room for the new acquisitions, the Broncos waived quarterback Garrett Grayson and wide receiver Chad Hansen.
The Broncos’ 17 college free agent signings are:
|Brett Rypien||QB||Boise State|
|Devontae Jackson||RB||West Georgia|
|Quinn Bailey||OT||Arizona State|
|Trinity Benson||WR||East Central|
|Romell Guerrier||WR||Florida Tech|
|Josh Watson||LB||Colorado State|