After losing starting defensive tackle Ty Warren to an injury in their Week 1 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Denver Broncos are looking for help. Tuesday, the team gave workouts to three defensive tackles: Brian Price, Daniel Muir and Terrell McClain, according to Mike Klis of the The Denver Post.
The 31-year-old Warren has had awful luck of late, missing the last two seasons with injuries, and after tearing his triceps in Sunday's game, it's likely he'll be out for the entire 2012 season. Denver wasn't counting on Warren to play every snap, but losing depth on the defensive line is never a good thing.
Price, a third-year player out of UCLA, played in 15 games for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last season, and notched 24 tackles and three sacks. Muir played in just four games with the Indianapolis Colts in 2011 and had 11 tackles. McClain is a second-year player who spent last season with the Carolina Panthers and had 19 tackles and one sack in 12 games for the team.
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