On Tuesday, the Denver Broncos came up against the first deadline to trim the roster. Denver waived cornerback Rojesterman Farris, defensive lineman Lorenzo Neal, Jr., and linebacker Peter Kalambayi, while defensive lineman Deyon Sizer and wideout Devontres Dukes were waived/injured.
The Broncos also waived/injury Levante Bellamy, who joined the team as a college free agent last year. In his place, the Broncos signed Adrian Killins per 9NEWS' Mike Klis.
Bellamy showed a little juice last year, sticking around on the practice squad but he only garnered one carry in preseason Game 1 last Saturday and got hurt. Killins is a former Central Florida running back and a speed demon in his own right.
The cut-downs are the worst part about the NFL. The coaches hate it and so do the players.
But the rules are the rules and CBA is the CBA. The Broncos must oblige and toe the line.
After destroying the Minnesota Vikings last week in preseason Game 1, the Broncos will take to the road again this Saturday to battle the Seattle Seahawks. Game 2 will be followed by yet another round of roster cuts next week.
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