The Broncos have brought back an offensive tackle who gives them some experienced depth behind starters Ryan Clady and Orlando Franklin.
The club announced the re-signing of Winston Justice to a one-year deal on Friday. Signed in September after Clady suffered a season-ending Lisfranc foot injury, the 29-year-old Justice appeared in four regular season games for Denver in 2013.
Justice (6-6, 317) played for the Eagles (2006-2011) and Colts (2012) before signing on with Denver. He has made 43 regular season starts at tackle, with stints as the top right tackle for Philadelphia and Indianapolis to his credit.
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