The Broncos continued in a busy week of roster moves this afternoon, releasing ninth-year defensive tackle Alvin McKinley. After releasing McKinley trading Domonique Foxworth to Atlanta earlier today, two roster spots were available. The team signed guard Dylan Gandy, who had been with the team through training camp, and defensive tackle Josh Shaw, a sixth -year player who joins the Broncos after spending the 2007 season with Oakland, which released him on Saturday.
McKinley was the Broncos’ most experienced defensive tackle with 42 career starts, including 10 last season with Denver. In his one season with the team, he amassed 28 tackles and 2.5 sacks.
Gandy has played 42 career games (14 starts) in the regular season along with six career playoff games (1 start), including the Colts’ victory in Super Bowl XLI during the 2006 season. In 2007, Gandy saw time in 10 games for Indianapolis and recorded one start at right guard.
Shaw has played in nine career regular-season games and totaled nine tackles and a sack.
-Gray Caldwell, DenverBroncos.com