With free safety Rahim Moore undergoing emergency surgery and potentially having to be placed on the injured reserve, the Denver Broncos needed to make a move. They did that on Tuesday afternoon, signing former Oakland Raiders and Baltimore Ravens safety, Michael Huff.
Terms of the contract were not disclosed, though, Huff had worked out with the Broncos on Monday and reportedly impressed the coaching staff who felt he was the top available choice:
The Denver Broncos plan to sign former Baltimore Ravens and Oakland Raiders safety Michael Huff, according to a league source.
The Broncos also worked out former Indianapolis Colts safety John Boyett and former New York Giants safety Tyler Sash.
Solid workout or not, Huff was absolutely dreadful for the Ravens earlier this year but as a former first round pick, still provides a solid amount of talent – assuming he can harness it.
Huff, who has also worked out for the Seattle Seahawks and Dallas Cowboys in recent weeks is not expected to start initially.