According to Mike Klis, the Broncos worked out three veteran defensive tackles on Tuesday.
Brian Price was a 2010 second-round pick of the Bucs, who traded him to the Bears in July for a seventh-rounder. Price had 24 tackles and three sacks in 15 games (14 starts) for Tampa bay last season. He was cut by Chicago when they signed Amobi Okoye, who himself had left Chicago for Tampa Bay as a free agent in April.
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Also trying out for Denver was Terrell McClain, a 2011 third-round pick by the Panthers, who cut him in September after a rookie season in which he notched 19 total tackles and one sack in twelve games, all of them starts.
Rounding out the trio of defensive tackles was sixth-year player Daniel Muir, who's tallied 108 total tackles and one half-sack in 43 games with the Colts and Packers.
The Broncos are looking for depth at the position after again losing Ty Warren to a torn triceps.
In other news, nickel corner Chris Harris is not practicing today due to an ankle sprain he suffered Sunday night; newly-signed center Dan Koppen is on the field practicing with the team for the first time.