Broncos have agreed to terms on one year deal with OT Tyler Polumbus pending physical. Still need to make corresponding roster cut. #9NEWS
— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) October 1, 2015
The signing comes at a time in which Ty Sambrailo’s status for Sunday is in doubt.
If Sambrailo can’t go, it’s likely Ryan Harris moves to the left side. While it’s true Harris struggled against Kansas City (largely because the Chiefs often lined up Justin Houston against him), he fared well against Detroit. And keep in mind, Harris is going to have to contend with a good pass rusher regardless of what side he lines up on.
The question is who would line up on the right side. It’s possible either Max Garcia or Michael Schofield goes into the lineup.
ETA: S Josh Bush was released to make room for Polumbus.
#broncos will release S Josh Bush to make room for Tyler Polumbus
— Troy Renck (@TroyRenck) October 1, 2015
ETA2: Rather than start a new thread, I’ll add the link to Andrew Mason’s update on who practiced for the Broncos Thursday. To sum up:
* Ty Sambrailo and Evan Mathis did not practice. Mathis was limited Wednesday because of a hamstring injury.
* Louis Vasquez was a full participant in practice. Mason reports Vasquez was given the day off Wednesday, although he appeared on Wednesday’s report with a knee injury.
* Owen Daniels and James Casey were given a veteran’s day off.