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Published on 02/15/2012 at Wed Feb 15 15:17.
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C.J. Davis (left) blocks Sione Fua (right) in August 2011. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

The Denver Broncos have signed guard C.J. Davis.

Davis was a college free agent signed by the Carolina Panthers in 2009, he was placed by injured reserve by the club after suffering an injury at the end of training camp in his rookie season. In 2010 he was signed to the active roster and participated in seven games.

Davis was waived/injury settlement in September not active in the 2011 season. He is a 6’2″ and 308 pounds out of the University of Pittsburgh where he played in 45 games with 43 starts earning first-team All-Big East Conference honors as a senior. Davis is 25 years old.

The Broncos currently have five guards on their squad.


  • Guest

    What’s with the implication that signing “a Guard” is a bad thing? 

    Oh noes!!  Five guards!?!?!

  • Anonymous

    Maybe they changed the post, but all I see is a sentence saying we currently have five guards on the roster.

  • foxteam

    another inexpensive mediocre player befitting his new team perfectly.

  • Ian Henson

    That is all it ever said. It’s not abnormal to have a lot of extra players in the offseason. A team needs them to get through the mini camps and training camp. 

  • Ian Henson

     John Fox must like something about him, I like when defensive coaches pick linemen. It’s a good sign that the lineman is underrated.

  • anthony33

    I agree with you Ian.  You can never have too many OL or DL’s in my book.  Plus most of them are late bloomers so you never know.  I like it.  Hope he is past his injuries and can push for a start.