The Denver Broncos expect to finalize their practice squad on Monday afternoon, as the team plans on signing offensive lineman Quentin Saulsberry.
Salusberry was cut by the Minnesota Vikings on Friday, and is expected to end up with the Broncos. Saulsberry will turn 24 in Oct., and was signed as an undrafted free agent shortly after the NFL Draft.
During his senior year at Mississippi State, Saulsberry started 13 games, nine at guard and four at center, showcasing his versatility. Saulsberry's play was strong enough to be named All-SEC Honorable Mention by the Associated Press.
Saulsberry, as the Denver Post's Mike Klis points out, will make $5,700 per week as a member of the practice squad.
We'll see if Saulsberry forces his way onto the active roster.
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