ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos have signed 10 college free agents to their roster, the team announced Tuesday.
Denver signed Arizona State offensive lineman Quinn Bailey, East Central wide receiver Trinity Benson, Kansas linebacker Joe Dineen, Wyoming tight end Austin Fort, Samford defensive lineman Ahmad Gooden, Florida Tech wide receiver Romell Guerrier, West Georgia running back Devontae Jackson, Washington defensive lineman Jaylen Johnson, Tulane offensive lineman John Leglue and Arkansas offensive lineman Brian Wallace.
In 14 of the last 15 seasons, at least one college free agent has made Denver's active roster out of training camp. Last season, both running back Phillip Lindsay and linebacker Alexander Johnson made the team's roster.
Lindsay and Johnson are two of 22 rookie college free agents who have made the roster out of training camp since 1997.
The Broncos are the only team since 2011 to sign three college free agents that made the Pro Bowl with their original team. Lindsay (2018), cornerback Chris Harris Jr. (2014-18) and running back C.J. Anderson (2014) each had at least one Pro Bowl season with the Broncos.