Denver Broncos work out 10 free agent players on Tuesday


The Denver Broncos have officially started looking at potential players to improve their roster in 2018.

According to multiple sources, the Broncos hosted 10 free agent players for workouts on Tuesday afternoon.

The Broncos worked out 10 players yesterday: 4 WRs, 2 Gs, 2 TEs and 2 QBs

Keyarris Garrett, WR
Jordan Leslie, WR
Josh Magee, WR
Alonzo Moore, WR
Darrell Greene, G
Tre’ Jackson, G
Colin Jeter, TE,
Beau Sandland, TE
Mitch Leidner, QB
Wes Lunt, QB

— Nicki Jhabvala (@NickiJhabvala) December 6, 2017

Broncos also worked out 10 players today for future contract considerations. #9sports

— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) December 5, 2017

All 10 players the Broncos looked at on Tuesday are strong candidates to be signed to futures contracts, meaning they would become members of Denver’s roster on the first day of the 2018 league year.

The most notable player of the group us undoubtedly former New England Patriots offensive guard Tre’ Jackson. The Patriots selected Jackson in the fourth-round of the 2015 NFL Draft (No. 111 overall), and the former Florida State Seminole played two seasons in New England. He has nine career starts and was a member of the Patriots Super Bowl 51 championship team.

The only other former draft pick among the players the Broncos looked at is former Montana State tight end Beau Sandland, who was a seventh-round pick (No. 252 overall) of the Carolina Panthers in 2016.

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