Broncos re-sign Winston Justice

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The Broncos have brought back an offensive tackle who gives them some experienced depth behind starters Ryan Clady and Orlando Franklin.

The club announced the re-signing of Winston Justice to a one-year deal on Friday. Signed in September after Clady suffered a season-ending Lisfranc foot injury, the 29-year-old Justice appeared in four regular season games for Denver in 2013.

Justice (6-6, 317) played for the Eagles (2006-2011) and Colts (2012) before signing on with Denver. He has made 43 regular season starts at tackle, with stints as the top right tackle for Philadelphia and Indianapolis to his credit.

6 responses to “Broncos re-sign Winston Justice

  1. He’s not starting, its just an insurance policy. There starters are gonna be Clady, Franklin, Ramirez, Vasquez, Clark…Left to right in that order.

    They’ll probably pick up a veteren center, veteren Linebacker like Vilma(just shooting random names), and a veteren cornerback like Dunta Robinson(just shooting names)..

    Rest or gonna be draft picks

  2. I disagree…They showed that game again on NFL network and Vasquez never got beat and blocked very well, anything that worked in the running game was ran on his side. The two outside tackles for Denver got destroyed every down. Doesn’t matter how if you got Montana, Brady, Marino or Elway those guys got beat to when their tackles consistently got lit up..

  3. Denver has agreed to terms with Will Montgomery. I would much see Orlando at LG than Manny. Manny was awful as a guard. Clark and Justice could compete for RT spot. Unless of course Elway can get either Su’a-Filo, Yankey, or Gabe Jackson then Orlando can stay at tackle but I really feel that Franklin would play best as a guard even though he has been a quality tackle.

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