ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos have signed veteran offensive lineman Don Barclay to a future contract, the team announced Tuesday.
Barclay, who entered the league in 2012, has competed in 65 career games. He spent 2012-16 with the Packers, where he started 22 games at right tackle. He also started games at left tackle and right guard.
The now-29-year-old West Virginia product then spent 2017 with Detroit, where he appeared in three games.
After spending training camp with the New Orleans Saints, Barclay did not play in 2018 after the Saints released him in late August.