The Broncos are apparently planning on making another move, as they cut their roster down to 52 Saturday, one below the limit.
The biggest name among those not previously reported was running back Ronnie Hillman.
The Broncos re-signed Hillman this offseason, giving him $600,000 in guaranteed money on his new one-year deal. But with fourth-rounder Devontae Booker coming on board, he also fell behind Kapri Bibbs on the depth chart.
They also cut veteran quarterback Mark Sanchez, defensive lineman Henry Melton and fullback Juwan Thompson. Safety Shiloh Keo was placed on the suspended list for the next two weeks.
They also waived the following players: Center Dillon Day, outside linebacker Vontarrius Dora, wide receiver Mose Frazier, tackle Lars Hanson, defensive end Lars Koht, inside linebacker Kyle Kragen, tight end Henry Krieger-Coble, defensive back B.J. Lowery, safety Ryan Murphy, tackle Justin Murray, guard Robert Myers Jr., offensive lineman Aaron Neary, cornerback Taurean Nixon, inside linebacker Dwayne Norman, wide receiver Kalif Raymond, outside linebacker Sadat Sulleyman, cornerback John Tidwell and outside linebacker Eddie Yarbrough.