The Denver Broncos announced the signing of 17 undrafted rookie free agents on the first official day of training camp. They added four wide receivers, three linebackers, tow offensive tackles, two defensive tackles, a running back, a fullback and a quarterback.
Chances are good that one of these players will stick with the team for the Opening Game. It's happened for the last eight years.
Here is the complete list:
Brandon Bing, CB, Rutgers
Marshall Williams, WR, Wake Forest
Mark Dell, WR, Michigan State
Mario Fannin, RB, Auburn
James Rogers, CB, Michigan
, CB, Kansas
Colby Whitlock, DT, Texas Tech
Deron Mayo, LB, Old Dominion
Curt Porter, OT, Jacksonville State
Adam Weber, QB, Minnesota
Jamel Hamler, WR, Fresno State
Ronnell Brown, DT, James Madison
Derek Domino, WLB, South Dakota State
D'Andre Goodwin, WR, Washington
Adam Grant, OT, Arizona
A.J. Jones, WLB, Florida
Austin Sylvester, FB, Washington
Miami Hurricanes fullback Patrick Hill had been reported earlier as a Broncos signee, even mentioned by former teammate and current Broncos Orlando Franklin.