Posted Tue Sep 14th by Monty
The Denver Broncos have yet to announce who has been released in the wake of their acquisition of running back Laurence Maroney (technically, the trade is still pending Maroney pass a physical), but they’ve been busy making moves in other areas of their roster nonetheless.
The Broncos on Tuesday announced that LB Titus Brown and DL Jeff Stehle were added to the practice squad. LB Worrell Williams, brother of D.J., was waived.
LB Lionel Dotson was signed off the Broncos’ practice squad by the Miami Dolphins Tuesday, becoming part of their 53-man active roster.
Brown (6-3, 250) is a third-year player who spent the previous two years with Cleveland, playing five games (0 starts) after signing with the Browns as a college free agent from Mississippi State University in 2008.
Stehle (6-6, 310) is a rookie defensive lineman who was originally signed by the Broncos as a college free agent from the University of Wisconsin in April before being waived earlier this month. He played three games for Denver during the preseason, tallying seven tackles (4 solo) and a pass defensed.
Stehle was unemployed for all of 10 days; Worrell employed for slightly longer. Look for news on who Maroney will replace Wednesday.