Broncos add tackle experience with signing of Demar Dotson The Denver Broncos added a veteran offensive tackle in Demar Dotson to plug an experience gap following Ja’Wuan James ’ decision to opt out of the 2020 season because of the coronavirus. Dotson, who spent his first 11 NFL seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, signed a one-year deal with Denver. In a corresponding move Wednesday, the Broncos waived defensive lineman Jonathan Harris with a non-football injury designation.
Defensive lineman Jurrell Casey is embarking on a new chapter in his career in 2020 as he prepares to play for a new team after the Tennessee Titans traded him to the Denver Broncos earlier this offseason. However, the veteran already feels comfortable in his new home thanks to a big similarity he sees between Denver and Tennessee. Casey spoke to the media via Zoom call on Tuesday and says the “kind, nice and straight sweethearts” he has met so far in Denver reminds him of his time in Tennessee.
The Pittsburgh Steelers defensive back will be situated to show he's capable of a starting role on defense.