Life as a Bronco has been an up and down ride for Nixon, getting bounced back and forth between the practice squad and the active roster. Still, the Broncos like him enough to keep him around for emergency situations.
As per usual, Nixon will have to clear waivers before the Broncos can re-sign him to the practice squad. Any other DB-needy teams out there could choose to pull the trigger on claiming Nixon on the wire.
As for Marlon Brown, the Broncos originally signed him on July 27 to a one-year deal, before he injured his back in August, causing the Broncos to waive him. Wide receiver is perceived as a position of strength for the Broncos by most outside eyes.
But the Broncos clearly don't see it that way. At 6-foot-5 and 214 pounds, Brown has the size to go up and get the ball outside the hash-marks for the Broncos.
Undrafted out of Georgia in 2013, Brown spent three years with the Baltimore Ravens, including 2014 when Gary Kubiak was the team's offensive coordinator, tallying 87 receptions for 891 yards and seven touchdowns in 38 games.
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