Mager was released by the Broncos on Thursday, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
Mager has been absent from the Broncos' offseason program due to a personal issue. It isn't clear when his focus could shift back to football.
Mager signed a contract with the Broncos on Wednesday, Ryan O'Halloran of the Denver Post reports.
Mager's spot on the 53-man roster comes following the placement of Chris Harris (lower leg) on injured reserve. The 26-year-old will play a depth role in the Broncos' secondary to close out the 2018 season.
Mager (hamstring) and the Chargers came to terms on an injury settlement Tuesday, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.
Mager was set to spend the remainder of the season on the sideline before reaching a deal with the Chargers. He will now be free to find a new landing spot once his health allows it.
Mager (hamstring) was placed on injured reserve Saturday.
Mager sat out a week of practice nursing a hamstring injury before falling on injured reserve. Primarily a special teams piece, the depth cornerback's absence should not significantly impact the Chargers' defense. With Mager sidelined, Michael Davis and Brandon Facyson are presented with the opportunity to claim increased special teams snaps going forward.
Mager (hamstring) has been ruled out against the Bills on Sunday, Ricky Henne of the Chargers' official site reports.
With Mager sidelined, expect Michael Davis and Brandon Facyson to see increased looks on special teams. The depth cornerback will look to get healthy in time to suit up Week 3.
Mager (hamstring) will not practice Friday, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.
As a result, the depth cornerback is not expected to play Sunday against the Bills. Michael Davis and Brandon Facyson figure to have a bigger role on special teams as result.
Mager is not participating in practice Wednesday, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.
Mager has played 23 games with the Chargers over the last two seasons as a depth cornerback. The reason for Mager not practicing has not been disclosed, but expect an update on the 26-year-old's status if he is unable to practice as the week continues.
Mager was promoted to the Chargers' 53-man roster Saturday.
Mager joined the Chargers' practice squad after roster cutdowns in September and has played in 21 games with the team over the last two seasons. The 25-year-old's addition to the roster could spell trouble for the status of Casey Hayward, who is listed as questionable for Saturday's game with a calf injury.
Mager agreed to join the Chargers practice squad Monday after getting waived by the club Debbie L. Skylar of MyNewsLA.com reports.
Mager played 21 games, starting 10, for the Chargers over the previous two seasons. He could see some time on the 53-man roster this season depending on injuries in front of him.
Mager (hamstring) returned to practice Tuesday after missing the Chargers' first two preseason games, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.
Mager, who's been dealing with a hamstring injury throughout training camp, tore the same muscle during his rookie year, and the Chargers elected to proceed cautiously with his recovery this time around. He'll look to make his preseason debut Saturday against the Rams and hope to make the Chargers' final roster and provide depth in the secondary.
Mager didn't play in Sunday's game against the Saints due to a hamstring injury, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports.
While there was optimism surrounding Mager's status heading into the weekend, the team ultimately elected to hold him out with the hamstring issue that has hampered him for much of training camp. If Mager is unable to get back on the field for the final two preseason tilts, his chances of making the team's final roster will take a significant hit.
Mager (undisclosed) could be ready to make his 2017 preseason debut Sunday against the Saints, The Orange County Register reports.
Mager has been held out of training camp practices the past several weeks. He finished the 2016 season on IR with a shoulder injury, but It's unclear if this recent absence is due to his previous issue.
Mager (shoulder) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
The Chargers promoted linebacker Carlos Fields from the practice squad to fill Mager's roster spot. Mager had established himself as one of the Chargers' starting corners before suffering a shoulder injury against Carolina in Week 14. Trovon Reed has seen a significant uptick in snaps with Mager sidelined and he figures to see a healthy amount of playing time in Sunday's season finale.
Mager (elbow) is inactive for Saturday's game against Cleveland.
Mager will be missing his second straight game due to his injured elbow. Trovon Reed will likely see some extra time once again with Mager out.
Mager (elbow) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Raiders.
As expected, Mager will sit out Week 15. Trovon Reed should see an expanded role in the Chargers' defensive backfield with Mager out.
Mager (elbow) is doubtful for Sunday's contest against Oakland.
Mager hasn't practiced since injuring his elbow in last week's loss to the Panthers. Look for Trovon Reed and Trevor Williams to see slightly expanded roles if Mager is sidelined.
Mager (elbow) did not participate in Wednesday's practice.
Mager is currently in danger of missing Sunday's game against the Raiders after suffering an elbow injuring during Week 14's loss to the Panthers. If he's ultimately unable to play, Trovon Reed and Trevor Williams would be in line for expanded roles at cornerback behind Casey Hayward.
Mager (elbow) will not return to Sunday's game.
Mager went down in the first half, but the injury didn't appear overly serious. However, he's likely to be considered questionable to play in next week's game against the Raiders.
Mager is questionable to return to Sunday's game after suffering an elbow injury.
Mager's injury appears just to have been a stinger, so he may have a good chance of returning Sunday. The Chargers will have to look elsewhere in terms of kick return duties if Mager remains sidelined.
Mager (concussion) practiced fully Wednesday.
Mager has missed the Chargers' last two games due to a concussion, but his prospects look good for Week 10 against the Dolphins. Expect him to assume his normal position as one of the team's starting cornerbacks.