Denver Fires the Boss – LB Bailey, Jones Gone, Safety Jones Cut

The Broncos makeover of their 2008 roster continued on Thursday, as the team announced the release of linebackers Boss Bailey and Louis Green along with safety Herana-Daze Jones and also waived RB Kestahn Moore and CB Rashod Moulton.

Bailey played just one season with the club, coming over as a free agent on March 6th of last year. He is a seventh-year linebacker who started six games for the team last season, totaling 44 tackles (33 solo) and one fumble recovery. Bailey also played with the Lions, and played with his brother Champ last year in Denver.

Green is a sixth-year linebacker who played 64 games with Denver since signing with the team back on January 7th, 2003. He registered 36 special-teams tackles and seven defensive stops during his Broncos career. Green is known as a solid special teams linebacker.

Jones joined the team last December, and is a fourth-year safety who saw time in the Broncos’ final two games last season and had two tackles on special teams.

Moore is a rookie running back from the University of Florida whom was inked as a rookie free agent, and Moulton is a first-year cornerback who spent the majority of the 2008 season on Denver’s practice squad.

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