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Broncos trading CB Kary Vincent Jr. to Eagles for 2022 sixth-round pick


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos are trading cornerback Kary Vincent Jr. to the Philadephia Eages for a 2022 sixth-round pick, the team announced Tuesday.

Vincent, a rookie out of LSU, has not appeared in a game for Denver this season.

The Broncos selected him with a seventh-round pick in 2021.

Despite trading Vincent, the Broncos are expected to regain a pair of cornerbacks in the coming days. Head Coach Vic Fangio said Michael Ojemudia and Essang Bassey will "probably" return to practice this week.

Cornerbacks Ronald Darby, Pat Surtain II, Bryce Callahan, Kyle Fuller and Nate Hairston also remain on the active roster. Callahan suffered an injury against the Washington Football Team, but Fangio did not have a concrete update on his status on Monday.

The Broncos' trade of Vincent was their second in as many days ahead of the Nov. 2 trade deadline. Denver traded outside linebacker Von Miller to the Rams in exchange for 2022 second- and third-round picks.

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