ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Denver Broncos bolstered their depth at safety on Wednesday by signing fifth-year veteran Shiloh Keo, who played 42 games with the Texans and is familiar with defensive coordinator Wade Phillips’ schemes.
Earlier this month, the Broncos brought in free agents Keo and Josh Bush for workouts. Bush, who had been with thte team earlier this season, was signed. In turn, Keo reached out to Phillips on Twitter.
The Broncos needed help at the position because of injuries to David Bruton Jr. (knee) and Omar Bolden (hamstring) at San Diego on Sunday.