The Denver Broncos made several roster moves earlier this week ahead of their Sunday Night Football showdown with the Minnesota Vikings.
First, the Broncos added safety Kareem Jackson back to the 53-man roster after the defensive back’s two-game suspension came to an end.
To make room for Jackson on the active roster, Denver waived defensive lineman Keondre Coburn. The Broncos seemingly to re-sign Coburn to the practice squad, but he chose to sign with the Kansas City Chiefs’ practice squad instead.
On the same day Denver waived Coburn, the team cut cornerback Reese Taylor from the practice squad, presumably making room for Coburn to potentially return. After Coburn opted to return to the Chiefs, the Broncos re-signed Taylor to the practice squad.
After making those transactions earlier this week, Denver also elevated wide receiver David Sills from the practice squad to the game-day roster on Saturday. Sills will revert back to the practice squad on Monday.
See a recap of the team’s roster moves below.
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Author: Jon Heath