Tracking all of the Denver Broncos undrafted free-agent signings – Predominantly Orange

Dec 18, 2021; Boca Raton, Florida, USA; Appalachian State Mountaineers wide receiver Jalen Virgil (11) celebrates his touchdown against the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers during the first half in the 2021 Boca Raton Bowl at FAU Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
The 2022 NFL Draft is complete but as always, the acquisition of future players does not stop there. 
Any player who was not drafted is now free to negotiate with any team and sign as a free agent. Over the years, the Denver Broncos have been one of the more successful teams in this area.
It seems that every season, the Broncos happen across at least one undrafted player who ends up making the team’s final roster. At one point, the Broncos had something close to 20 seasons where at least one undrafted player made the team’s 53-man roster.
But some have gone on to do even better.
Rod Smith, the best wide receiver in team history was undrafted. Chris Harris and C.J. Anderson, two key pieces of the team that won Super Bowl 50 were undrafted players.
Phillip Lindsay became the first undrafted player to ever be selected to the Pro Bowl as a rookie. Shaquil Barrett was an undrafted player and the list goes on.
The team will now set its sights on the undrafted rookies that are available for the taking in this year’s class and we will track each of those moves here.
There were several notable players that were not selected in the draft, including quarterbacks Carson Strong and Caleb Eleby. Both of them will be free to sign with any team of their choosing.
Check back often as we will update this list as news becomes available of these players signing with the Broncos.
Chris Allen, LB, Alabama
Kadofi Wright, LB, Buffalo
Jalen Virgil, WR, Appalachian State
Kaden Davis, WR, Northwest Missouri
Broncos UDFAs:
WR Jalen Virgil, App St
LB Chris Allen, Bama
OL Sebastian Gutierrez, Minot State
CB Cortez Davis, HI
WR Brandon Johnson, Central Fl
CB Ja’Quan McMillian, East Carolina
LB Kadofi Wright, Buff
TE Dylan Parham, NC St
TE Rodney Williams, UT-Martin
LB Kana'i Mauga, USC
— Zac Stevens (@ZacStevensDNVR) May 1, 2022

Brandon Johnson, WR, Central Florida
Cortez Davis, CB, Hawaii
Sebastian Guitterez, OT, Minot State
Kana’i Mauga, LB, USC
Ja’Quan McMillian, CB, East Carolina
Dylan Parham, TE, North Carolina State (not to be confused with Dylan Parham from Memphis who was drafted by the Las Vegas Raiders)
Rodney Williams, TE, Tennessee-Martin
Michael Niese, OL, Temple
Eric Barriere, QB, Eastern Washington
Tyriek McAllister, RB, Charleston
The Broncos have also invited Boise State offensive lineman Jake Stetz in for a tryout.
 
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