The Denver Broncos added a new player to training camp on Saturday when safety Anthony Perkins was put on the 90-man roster for training camp, reports Lindsay Jones of the Denver Post. If Perkins name sounds familiar to anyone, it's because the Northglenn, Col., native played his college ball for the Colorado Buffaloes.
Perkins went undrafted in April but he did receive a tryout with the Broncos earlier in the year. This is pretty much a move designed to add another body to camp. He doesn't really have much of a chance to make the final roster. The projected safeties are Mike Adams and Rahim Moore at the moment, though Quinton Carter, a second-year player like Moore, is also in the mix once he's healthy enough to practice.
According to his CU profile, Perkins finished with 236 tackles, good for 41st all-time at the school.
The #Broncos have signed safety Anthony Perkins, a rookie from the University of Colorado. He will wear No. 43.— Denver Broncos (@Denver_Broncos) July 28, 2012
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