The Denver Broncos have signed veteran offensive tackle Winston Justice, according to a league source.
The Broncos added Justice while the medical outlook for starting left tackle Ryan Clady is up in the air due to a Lisfranc foot sprain.
Justice is due a veteran minimum base salary as well as an ability to make $350,000 more through incentives.
Justice, 29, is a former Philadelphia Eagles and Indianapolis Colts starter who has started 43 games.
He played collegiately at USC.
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