After finalizing an initial 53-man roster, the Denver Broncos are now set to begin building a 16-player practice squad for the 2022 NFL season.
There are various eligibility requirements for players on the practice squad, but the the simplified breakdown is this: up to 10 players with two or fewer accrued seasons in the NFL and up to six players with no limit on experience (veterans).
With up to six spots for veterans, technically every NFL player is eligible for the practice squad, but teams have to make sure they don’t sign more than six veterans when assembling the practice roster.
We will be tracking all of Denver’s practice squad signings on this page. Note that these signs are not official until confirmed by the team.
Denver Broncos Practice Squad Signings
1. QB Josh Johnson (source)
Last year, Denver’s initial practice squad included QB Brett Rypien and WR Tyrie Cleveland, who are both on the 53-man squad this season. Players on the practice squad are eligible to be called up to the active roster at any point during the season.