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Another Bronco Gets Cut

PALO ALTO, CA - SEPTEMBER 25:  Jeff Schweiger #54 of the USC Trojans rushes the quarterback during the game against the Stanford Cardinal on September 25, 2004 at Stanford Stadium in Palo Alto, California.  USC defeated Stanford 31-28. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
PunkusAnalyst IMay 29, 2009

The Broncos announced that undrafted free agent linebacker Jeff Schweiger was waived on Friday, May 29th.

Schweiger saw time at defensive end for San Jose State as a senior, after spending his first three seasons at USC.

Schweiger, who joined the team on April 28th, spent just a month with the Broncos, but was unable to earn a roster spot.

Schweiger was the second player to be waived this week as J.J. Arrington was let go earlier this week due to nagging injury concerns.

Schweiger and Arrington are just a few, but many will follow in the coming weeks and months as the Broncos have over 80 players on their roster, and they can only keep 53 on the teams active roster and eight practice squad players. 

As the team tries to get better we will see more players bite the dust.  Players who can't compete or were only added as insurance players will get handed their walking papers. And the Roster will continue to narrow even before training camp begins.

Let Schweiger's departure be a warning to the rest of those players trying to make the team.  Bring it or go find a new job.

 

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