The Denver Broncos’ fans learned that on Sunday, the team decided to cut 11 men from their roster, and tackle Winston Justice is the one with the most experience. Now pay per head agents would really like to see what the Broncos will do next.
Price per head services remember when last season, Justice, who was set to start his ninth season with the league, signed with Denver when Ryan Clady went straight to injured reserve after he hurt his foot on Week 2. Local bookies also saw that last season, Justice played for Denver in four games, and this offseason he signed a one-year contract with the team.
During the offseason, the player went through workouts as the No. 2 left tackle, and pay per head agents heard that the Broncos were also thinking about using him in the starting right tackle position – something that many Live betting fans believe could be a very good move by the team – if they ever decide to make it. Local bookies learned that Justice was also working with the second-team offense early in training camp, but Denver’s Live betting fans saw that Michael Schofield was lately practicing as the backup right tackle, and Paul Cornick was practicing as second-team left tackle.
Pay per head agents can now see that there are 77 men on the Broncos’ roster, and local bookies know that they must be reduced to 75.
Another player who was cut was linebacker Jamar Chaney. Pay per head agents remember that earlier in his career he started for the Philadelphia Eagles, and Live betting fans found out that he suffered a hamstring injury recently.
Brennan Clay – running back who on offense only played four snaps in the Broncos’ preseason defeat to the Houston Texans on Saturday night – was also cut from the roster, and local bookies saw that many Live betting fans were disappointed, as they’re well aware of the player’s potential.
Other players who were cut from the team’s roster are: Wide receiver Greg Wilson, linebacker Jerrell Harris, wide receiver Greg Hardin, defensive tackle Will Pericak, safety Charles Mitchell, running back Jerodis Williams, and quarterback Bryn Renner. Local bookies know very well how talented these players are, and that they will be missed this season by many Live betting fans.
And pay per head agents learned that Chase Vaughn, defensive end who suffered a knee injury and wasn’t able to participate in most of the team’s training camp, as well as the preseason, was also cut from the list.