Denver Broncos Roster Overview: Running Backs and Full Backs
2019 salary cap hit: $585,000
Years under contract: 1 (reserve/future contract)
The Denver Broncos brought in Khalfani Muhammad after he spent most of the 2018 season out of football. He was drafted by the Tennessee Titans in 2017, but was waived during final roster cuts and placed on the team’s practice squad. He was on the active roster for the final game of the regular season.
He would be released by the Titans in the 2018 offseason and found himself on the Patriots roster for only a few days before being released by them. Denver would bring him on to their practice squad late in the season.
He has not seen much NFL action, but recorded over 4,500 all purpose yards during his time at California University, which is third all time in school history. Something tells me that he will likely be a camp body for the Denver Broncos, but crazier things have happened.