ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- On Thursday, the Broncos made another roster move, releasing defensive linemen Justin Bannan and Jamal Williams.
Both players started all 16 games for the club last season.
The two have a combined 22 years of experience in the league -- Williams spent 12 seasons with San Diego before playing in Denver in 2010, and Bannan had four seasons each in Buffalo and Baltimore before heading to the Broncos.
Bannan notched 35 tackles, four passes defensed, a sack and a forced fumble last year. Williams led all Broncos linemen with 47 tackles and a pass defensed.