With Cassius Vaughn placed on injured reserve with a broken fibula, the Denver Broncos are thin at cornerback. The team will bring in cornerback Tony Carter and others for workouts on Tuesday, reports ESPN's Josina Anderson.
Carter was an undrafted free agent out of Florida State in 2009 and signed with the Broncos. He stuck with the team on the practice squad and then got brought up during Week 15 to play against the Oakland Raiders. He started the following week against the Philadelphia Eagles.
In 2010, Carter joined the New England Patriots and then moved on to the Minnesota Vikings in 2011. Given his past with the Broncos, it is quite understandable as to why the Broncos brought him in.
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