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Published on 12/19/2012 at Wed Dec 19 11:22.
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On Tuesday, PFT reported that Broncos rookie center Quentin Saulsberry was suspended four games by the NFL for violating the league’s performance-enhancing drug policy.  Saulsberry marks the fourth Bronco in the past year to have been suspended for PED abuse.

On Wednesday, the Broncos announced that the team has signed rookie guard Lonnie Edwards to their practice squad, replacing the suspended Saulsberry.  Edwards (6-foot-4, 320 pounds) played college football at Texas Tech University for four years.

Guard is a position where Denver could use more depth. In the nine games starter Chris Kuper has missed this season, the Broncos are 6-3 and quarterback Peyton Manning has been sacked 21 times with Manny Ramirez filling in for Kuper. In games Kuper has started, the Broncos are 5-0 and Manning has been kept clean.

  • AZDynamics

    Goof up when you’re on the PS, and you’re gone . . .

  • herc_rock

    Yup. That’s dipsh*ttery of the highest order.

  • TheTroglodyte

    They are ALL on PED’s. When you are fighting for a spot on an NFL team people do everything they can. When they are on an NFL team, they do everything they can to stay there. The only dipsh*ttery was that he didn’t have better doctors to make sure he didn’t get caught.

  • Jon

    My brother asked me what happened and I was like, “The trainer probably gave him something to help an injury heal faster and it was just a fluke that he was tested soon after that.”

    And he asked if a trainer would do that and I was like, “Where do you think the players get them?”

  • TheTroglodyte