Denver announced the signing of eight more players to future contracts on Wednesday, bringing their total number to 13.
Joining the collection of Browncos will be LB Jamar Chaney, T Ramon Harewood, LB Jerrell Harris, TE Jameson Konz, S Charles Mitchell, TE Cameron Morrah, CB Jerome Murphy, and RB Jerodis Williams.
Chaney was taken by Philly in the seventh round of the 2010 Draft and has played in 45 games (23 starts) over four seasons with the Eagles and Falcons.
Harewood, a 2010 sixth-round pick by the Ravens, started five games during Baltimore's 2012 Super Bowl run.
Harris went undrafted out of Alabama in 2012 and has spent time with five different teams, most recently San Diego.
Seattle drafted Konz as a wideout in the seventh round of the 2010 Draft, and used him at wideout, tight end, and linebacker, before cutting him in October. He spent the rest of the season on the Cowboys' practice squad.
Mitchell played in 10 games as a rookie in 2012 with Atlanta, who drafted him in the sixth round that year. He failed to make the team out of training camp in 2013.
Morrah was a 2009 seventh-round pick of Seattle's; in four seasons there, he caught 16 passes for 194 yards in 27 games (7 starts). The ex-Cal Bear spent time with the Niners and Lions last offseason but made neither squad.
Murphy, a 2010 third-round pick by the Rams out of South Florida, has played in 33 games over four seasons with St. Louis, Detroit, New Orleans, and Washington.
Williams signed with Minnesota as an undrafted free agent but was an early cut.