Denver Broncos safety Su'a Cravens (21) dives on a loose ball in a game against the San Francisco 49ers in December 2018. Cravens was one of the first Broncos cuts on Friday, August 30, 2019. (Photo: Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images)
Friday and Saturday are two of the most difficult days on the NFL calendar.
After a long training camp, the Denver Broncos have begun the process of getting their roster down to the 53-player limit for the regular season opener against the Oakland Raiders on Monday, September 9.
All NFL teams must be at a 53-player roster by 2 p.m. MDT on Saturday, August 31.
On Friday, August 30, the Broncos traded a 2020 sixth-round draft pick to the New England Patriots for cornerback Duke Dawson and the Patriots seventh-round selection in 2020.
In addition, the Broncos have started making cuts in order to pare the roster down.
According to multiple sources, including 9News Broncos Insider Mike Klis, KOA Broncos Insider Brandon Krisztal, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Adam Schefter of ESPN and other sources, the Broncos have reportedly released the following players:
S Su'a Cravens
G Don Barclay
OL Adam Bisnowaty
OL Jake Brendel
CB Rashard Causey
WR Brendan Langley
RB David Williams
WR Steven Dunbar Jr.
OT Chaz Green
CB Linden Stephens
C Ryan Crozier
LB/DE Dadi Nicolas
In addition, the Raiders have waived former Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall.
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