ENGLEWOOD, Colo. —** The Broncos made a pair of transactions Saturday ahead of their Monday-night game in Kansas City.
Denver signed practice-squad inside linebacker Kevin Snyder to the active roster amid injuries to the Broncos' linebacking corps. Todd Davis was ruled questionable to play Monday, while Corey Nelson was placed on injured reserve ahead of Denver's game against the Chargers.
Snyder, a second-year player, was signed to the practice squad on Tuesday. He has previous experience with the Broncos after spending the 2017 offseason and training camp with the team, and he played on the practice squad in 2016 from Dec. 15 until the end of the season.
In a corresponding move, the Broncos waived first-year wide receiver Hunter Sharp, who spent this season on the practice squad until the team signed him to the active roster on Oct. 18 after wide receivers Emmanuel Sanders and Isaiah McKenzie suffered ankle injuries during a loss to the Giants.
The Broncos still have 52 active players and must make one more transaction to get to the league-mandated 53-man roster. To reach that threshold, the Broncos are expected to activate outside linebacker Shane Ray from injured reserve.