Broncos promote Tavarres King, cut Adrian Robinson

Wide receiver added to active roster Aaron Wilson

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The Denver Broncos signed wide receiver Tavarres King to their active roster from the practice squad and waived linebacker Adrian Robinson.

King was signed when the Green Bay Packers displayed interest in signing him.

King is a rookie from the University of Georgia who was selected by the Broncos in the fifth round. He spent the first six weeks of the year on the practice squad after catching five passes for 64 yards during the preseason.

He played in a school-record 56 career games at Georgia and finished third all-time in receiving touchdowns (21) and fourth in receiving yards (2,602).

Robinson saw action in all six games for the Broncos this season after being acquired via waivers from Philadelphia on Sept. 1. He contributed one solo tackle on defense along with two special-teams stops.

The Broncos cut offensive lineman Justin Boren from injured reserve.

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