Per reports, the Denver Broncos have re-signed former Colts and Eagles offensive tackle Winston Justice to a one-year contract.
#Broncos have re-signed reserve OT Winston Justice to one-year deal.
— Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) March 28, 2014
The Broncos are shoring up some depth at the OT position here, giving maybe some clues as to what they are planning for the future of their offensive line.
With rumors that Orlando Franklin is moving to left guard and Chris Clark to right tackle, the Broncos would need another sixth man on the offensive line and a veteran player that could step in and start should a situation arise like it did last year.
The Broncos also have second year player Vinston Painter, who will be given the chance to compete at right tackle this offseason after being drafted in the sixth round last year.
Justice was originally signed by the Broncos last season after Ryan Clady went down in a week two matchup with a season-ending foot injury.