Winn signed a contract Wednesday with the Broncos, Nicki Jhabvala of The Denver Post reports. Winn signed with the Broncos prior to training camp last season and went on to register 19 tackles over 16 games in 2016. He'll aim to win a backup gig along the defensive line once again in camp.
Winn (neck) does not appear on the Broncos' injury report Wednesday. Winn injured his neck Sunday against the Jaguars. He isn't expected to miss any time, though, and his absence from the injury report only affirms that notion.
Winn suffered a neck injury in Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Jeff Legwold of ESPN reports. Winn stated postgame that he would be fine, which is good news given the often scary nature of neck injuries. If he is able to play in Week 14, he will serve as a depth option along the Broncos' defensive line.
The Browns traded defensive lineman Billy Winn to the Colts for a conditional 2017 draft pick, according to NFL.com.
The Browns defensive line dodged a bullet when the ankle injury suffered by defensive lineman Billy Winn was not ruled to be that serious, per the Associated Press. Browns coach Mike Pettine said that Winn will miss at least a week; however, he didn't feel it was the kind of high ankle sprain that could keep Winn out of action for several months. Winn was carted off the field during last Saturday's practice. He appeared in 13 games last season and totaled 31 tackles with one interception.
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