Offensive guard John Moffitt was acquired by the Denver Broncos, who sent defensive tackle Sealver Siliga to the Seattle Seahawks.
Moffitt thought he was headed to the Cleveland Browns to compete for a starting job on the offensive line, only to have a trade agreed to on Monday voided by the Browns, who cited health concerns. Moffitt has dealt with knee and shoulder injuries during his first two NFL seasons.
In Denver, Moffitt lands with another offensive line unit that has been riddled with injuries, including centers J.D. Waldon and Dan Koppen.
Ironically, Moffitt could end up competing with guard Louis Vasquez, who left Saturday night's preseason loss in Seattle with a knee injury.
Siliga had one tackle while seeing action in one game last season.
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