Broncos sign Lil'Jordan Humphrey to their active roster

The Denver Broncos made significant roster moves, signing wide receiver Lil'Jordan Humphrey back to their active roster while also adding wide receiver 

Michael Bandy to the team's practice squad. These moves come as the Broncos had an open roster spot following the release of Frank Clark earlier in the week. 

In the six games played this season, Humphrey has shown his skills on the field, with four catches for 26 yards and a touchdown to his name. 

He's been an important part of the Broncos' offense, starting in four games and contributing to 32 percent of the team's offensive snaps. 

Humphrey's return to the active roster is a testament to his capabilities and the trust that the Broncos have in his ability to make a difference on the field.  

As the season progresses, his role in the team's offense will likely continue to evolve, offering the Broncos another valuable weapon in their arsenal. 

In addition to Humphrey's return, the Broncos also made an addition to their practice squad, signing wide receiver Michael Bandy. 

Bandy, who had previously spent time on Denver's practice squad during the opening weeks of the season, is an emerging talent 

While he has yet to make his appearance in a regular-season game for the Broncos, his potential and skills are evident. 

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