Cuts are one of the most difficult things for an NFL team to do.
They’re necessary, though, and even tougher when the talent evaluators are deciding on which men to cut on a team as talented as the Denver Broncos.
Following their third preseason game, a loss to the Houston Texans last night, the Broncos have announced 11 cuts.
Here’s a look at them from denverbroncos.com:
The Denver Broncos are in the early stages of their offseason workouts at Dove Valley. They have already begun to make moves to trim the roster to the 90-man offseason league limit.
Today, the team announced they are signing wide receiver Greg Hardin, safety Charles Mitchell and linebacker Chase Vaughn to the active roster.
To make up for the new spaces, the team has cut ties with...
The Broncos announced that they have signed players to their roster while also waiving three other players.
Denver signed S Charles Mitchell, LB Chase Vaughn and WR Greg Hardin to contracts on Monday.
Hardin appeared in 42 games at the University of North Dakota and caught 221 receptions for 3,583 yards receiving and 32 touchdowns.
Mitchell, a former sixth-round pick of...
Historically, the days following the NFL Draft include plenty of signings and releases that involve players that may or may not ever play for that specific team. The Denver Broncos made six selections in the 2014 NFL Draft and concluded things by signing 15 un-drafted free-agents to contracts. Most, if not all, of these guys will never see the Sports Authority Field grass, but each...
The Denver Broncos announced on Monday that they have waived DB Charles Mitchell.
The #Broncos have waived defensive back Charles Mitchell.
— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) May 12, 2014
Mitchell, 24, was a former sixth-round selection of the Atlanta Falcons during the 2012 NFL Draft. He lasted just a year with the Falcons before being released at the start of the 2013 season...