The Denver Broncos are going to be without their starting safety Rahim Moore for a while. He had surgery on Monday to repair bleeding in the muscle sheath in his lower leg. He went down against the Chiefs on Sunday and the Broncos will likely turn to Mike Adams as the starter in their secondary.
The Broncos are looking to add some depth onto their roster and it looks like they will be adding former Oakland Raiders and Baltimore Ravens safety Michael Huff onto their roster. Huff was signed by the Ravens this last offseason, but was released in the middle of the season after he didn’t provide the presence that the Ravens had expected.
Huff is a vet that is not exactly known for his tackling abilities. He actually sucks at tackling. Oakland Raiders fans will likely laugh at this acquisition by the Broncos. He is a decent safety, but he is not a player that should be considered a starter. The Ravens and the Raiders already passed on his talent and now he gets one more chance with the Broncos.
H/T Aaron Wilson