Former Boise State center Matt Paradis has joined the Denver Broncos’ practice squad.
Paradis, a sixth-round draft pick who was cut Saturday, will be able to practice with the team and develop his game this season. The Broncos had depth on the offensive line, so his chances of making the active roster weren’t great from the start.
Paradis was a two-year starter at Boise State. He also played at Council High.
Defensive tackle Chase Baker, who played in five games for the Vikings last season, has not been added to a practice squad. Wide receiver Geraldo Boldewijn (Falcons) and offensive lineman Nate Potter (Cardinals) received injury settlements when they were cut and could be added by someone when they’re healthy.
PLAYERS WHO MADE ACTIVE ROSTERS (15)
47 Richie Brockel TE Panthers
78 Ryan Clady OT Broncos
67 Daryn Colledge G Dolphins
98 Tyrone Crawford DE Cowboys
43 George Iloka S Bengals
23 Jeron Johnson S Seahawks
90 DeMarcus Lawrence DE Cowboys
72 Charles Leno Jr. OT Bears
22 Doug Martin RB Bucs
50 Shea McClellin LB Bears
17 Kellen Moore QB Lions
18 Austin Pettis WR Rams
22 Jamar Taylor CB Dolphins
20 Kyle Wilson CB Jets
90 Billy Winn DE Browns
* CB Orlando Scandrick (Cowboys) starting season on Reserve/Suspended by Commissioner list.
* DE Ricky Tjong-A-Tjoe (Chargers) out for season with torn ACL.
* OL Matt Paradis made the Denver Broncos’ practice squad.
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