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Offensive Line Career
SCHLOTTMANN AT A GLANCE:
- A second-year offensive lineman who appeared in 17 contests (4 starts at RG) with Denver after spending his entire rookie season in 2018 on the club's practice squad.
- Saw action in 51 games (29 starts) at Texas Christian University, earning honorable mention All-Big-12 Conference honors as a senior
- Entered the NFL with the Broncos as a college free agent on May 1, 2018
Broncos elevate G/C Austin Schlottmann, RB Damarea Crockett to active roster for #DENvsJAX
Running back Damarea Crockett will be elevated for a second consecutive week.
Injury Report: Broncos' right tackle position uncertain as #DENvsLV approaches
Denver did see a pair of players return to practice Thursday as Jerry Jeudy practiced on a limited basis and Justin Simmons was a full participant.
Injury Report: Broncos estimate Phillip Lindsay, four other players would have missed Wednesday's practice
The Broncos also listed five players as limited participants.
Demar Dotson, Austin Schlottmann cleared to play in #LACvsDEN
Phillip Lindsay, meanwhile, must pass one more test to clear concussion protocol.
Injury Report: Phillip Lindsay, Tim Patrick among six Broncos questionable for #LACvsDEN
The Broncos also ruled two players out for Sunday's game in Denver.
The Squeeze: Phillip Lindsay preparing for his first child
A concentrated look at the recent juice on the Denver Broncos.
Injury Report: Three Broncos questionable with illness
Three other Broncos were ruled out, and two more Broncos are also questionable for #DETvsDEN.
Broncos, United Airlines partner for Unified School Program
Rangeview High School received the 2019 Doug Fulton Unified Champion School Kindness Award from Special Olympics Colorado, in partnership with the Broncos and United Airlines, during an assembly at the school on Monday. Afterward, Justin Simmons, Austin Schlottmann, Jake Rodgers, Dalton Risner, two Denver Broncos Cheerleaders and Miles the mascot played a game of touch football with some of the students in the Unified Football program
Broncos support Special Olympics Colorado at PLAY 60 All-Ability Clinic
The Denver Broncos, in partnership with Special Olympics Colorado, hosted an all-ability football skills clinic for more than 125 athletes on Tuesday. The clinic is inclusive for participants of all abilities and supports NFL PLAY 60 efforts to encourage kids to be physically active for at least 60 minutes per day. Broncos players, Cheerleaders and members of local law enforcement were on hand to assist with the event and lead activity stations.