ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos have signed tackle Casey Tucker to a future contract, the team announced Thursday.
Denver initially signed Tucker to the practice squad in November, and he spent several weeks on the Broncos' practice squad before he was released in December.
Tucker entered the league as an undrafted player from Arizona State in 2019 and also spent time on the practice squad for the Lions and Eagles. He has appeared in one regular-season game.
Denver has now signed nine players to future contracts, as the Broncos previously announced they had signed TE Shaun Beyer, RB Damarea Crockett, WR Travis Fulgham, T Drew Himmelman, G Zack Johnson, LB Barrington Wade and DE Marquiss Spencer.
Tucker and the rest of the players on the team's Reserve/Future list will be added to the 90-man roster when the 2021 season comes to an end.