Broncos make 4 roster cuts to make room for UDFAs
The Denver Broncos are parting ways with four players to make room for their 15 new undrafted free agent signings on the 90-man offseason roster.
Here’s a quick recap of the players who have been cut, with a hat tip to KUSA-TV’s Mike Klis.
OLB Jake Martin totaled six tackles one sack in five games last season. Denver saved about $3.8 million in salary cap space with his release.
OT Casey Tucker spent time on the Broncos’ practice squad in 2021. He then suffered a toe injury last summer and missed the 2022 season. Tucker will now hit the waiver wire.
OL Parker Ferguson signed with Denver’s practice squad in December. He is considered a first-year player.
RB Tyreik McAllister was part of the Broncos’ UDFA signing class last year. Also considered a first-year player, McAllister will join Ferguson and Tucker on the waiver wire.
After making those cuts, the Broncos’ are now at the 90-man roster limit. More moves could be on the way in the coming days after players try out at rookie minicamp this weekend.
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