ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos have placed linebacker Mark Barron and defensive end DeMarcus Walker on injured reserve, the team announced Wednesday.
Barron suffered a hamstring injury during the final practice of training camp and has not appeared in either of the team's two games this season. Walker, meanwhile, injured his calf during the Broncos' Week 2 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Broncos signed Barron in late August to replace Justin Strnad, who was injured during training camp.
Both players would be eligible to return to the active roster after three weeks.
Following the move, the Broncos' active roster sits at 49 players.
The Broncos moved defensive end Dre'Mont Jones to injured reserve earlier this week with a knee injury. The team expects him to return this season.
Courtland Sutton was also placed on IR with a season-ending knee injury.