Broncos release veteran tight end Jeff Heuerman

The Broncos released veteran tight end Jeff Heuerman on Friday.

Heuerman, 28, was a third-round pick by the Broncos in 2015 and appeared in 51 games (29 starts).

According to Over The Cap, Heuerman’s release will result in a $500,000 “dead” cap charge and $3.875 million in cap savings.

Since April 2019, Heuerman has seen the Broncos draft Noah Fant (first round), sign Nick Vannett in free agency and select Albert Okwuegbunam (fourth round).

Heuerman’s departure leaves a tight end room of Fant, Vannett, Okwuegbunam, Jake Butt, Troy Fumagalli and Austin Fort.

Heuerman spent 2015 on injured reserve after tearing his ACL in rookie camp. In the last four years, he missed at least two games in each season. He caught 63 passes for 678 yards and five touchdowns.

The transaction wire listed no other Broncos moves. The roster is at 78 players following Heuerman’s release. Fullback Andrew Beck is on the reserve/COVID-19 list and doesn’t count toward the 80-man limit.

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