ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos have added a pair of players to their roster ahead of their season finale.
Denver signed tackle Quinn Bailey and wide receiver Tyrie Cleveland from the practice squad to the active roster, the team announced Friday.
The Broncos also activated kicker Brandon McManus and punter Sam Martin off the Reserve/COVID-19 list, though both players must still be cleared on Saturday in order to play against the Chiefs. Head Coach Vic Fangio said earlier this week he expected both players to be able to participate in the game.
Denver also elevated safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix from the practice squad as to the active roster as a COVID-19 replacement for Saturday's game.
In corresponding moves, the Broncos officially placed cornerbacks Pat Surtain II and Ronald Darby on injured reserve. The two players were previously ruled out of Saturday's season finale.
Denver also placed cornerback Nate Hairston on the Reserve/COVID-19 list. Hairston was listed as questionable for the game after missing practice on Wednesday and Thursday due to an illness. Bryce Callahan, Kyle Fuller, Michael Ojemudia and Mike Ford are the Broncos' available cornerbacks on the active roster.
Bailey has appeared in three games this season, and he saw his most extensive time in a Week 12 win over the Chargers when he played 39 offensive snaps. Cleveland has appeared in six games this year but has not recorded a reception this season.
Clinton-Dix, a former Pro Bowler with 98 career appearances, has not played in a game for Denver this season. He could provide depth after the team placed safety Kareem Jackson on IR earlier this week.