Denver Broncos recently held a tryout for many players, and two of those players have signed the roster.
As Cody Roke mentioned, Taumoe Penu can be played as an edge rusher or a defensive end. If he is impressed enough at the camp, he could potentially knock out players such as Derrek Tuszka, the seventh round pick from last year.
Cooks played for five seasons at Northwestern University and threw more than 12,000 yards in 891 completions (1,430 trials; 62.3 percent) over a span of 41 career games over five years. In 2016, Cooks played four games. In 2018, he played with just two people.
Broncos currently has four quarterbacks on the roster. In addition to Cookus, the team includes Drew Lock, Teddy Bridgewater, and Brett Rypien.
At this point, the move feels like nothing in the end. But does Cooks do enough to join the team’s practice team by the end of the camp?
Broncos quarterback positions have been endlessly talked about this offseason, from rock and bridgewater to Deshaun Watson and Aaron Rodgers. In that position, more movements can be seen, including one major movement (Rodgers).
The Taumoe Penu was chosen by the San Francisco 49ers in the sixth round in 2017 and has since spent time in the Arizona Cardinals, Seattle Seahawks and Atlanta Falcons. He has played in just seven NFL games, including four 49ers games.
For his career, Taumoe Penu combines five tackles, no sack.
It is clear that Taumoe Penu has something in terms of ability. Take this video as an example.
Sunday was the last day of Broncos’ three-day rookie mini camp.
Organized team activities take place the day after Broncos. May 24-25, 27th. June 1-2, 4, 7-8, 10-11. Mandatory mini camps are from June 15th to 17th. The training camp dates have not been announced.
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Denver Broncos signs QB Case Cooks, Edgerusher Pita Taumoe Penu
https://predominantlyorange.com/2021/05/16/denver-broncos-sign-two-players-following-tryouts/ Denver Broncos signs QB Case Cooks, Edgerusher Pita Taumoe Penu