Broncos made several changes to practice squad Tuesday

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The Denver Broncos’ practice squad made four roster moves on Tuesday as general manager George Paton continues to revise the bottom of the roster. Here’s a quick recap of the team’s recent transactions.

Lost LB Avery Williamson to Titans

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Just one week after signing Williamson to their practice squad, the Broncos lost him to the Tennessee Titans, who signed the linebacker to their 53-man roster. Williamson spent time with the Titans earlier in his career.

Signed CB Rojesterman Farris to practice squad

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To fill Williamson’s former spot on the practice squad, the Broncos are bringing back Farris, according to KUSA-TV’s Mike Klis. Farris has bounced on and off the team’s practice squad this season as a depth cornerback.

Signed WR John Brown

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Presumably in an effort to help replace some of the speed that was lost when KJ Hamler went down with a season-ending injury, the Broncos signed Brown to their practice squad. Brown will likely be a candidate to get promoted to the 53-man roster after he gets up to speed in Denver.

Released WR Josh Malone

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To make room for Brown on the practice squad, the Broncos parted ways with Malone, who just joined the team last week.

Denver’s 16-player practice squad is now full.

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