Former Nebraska running back Devine Ozigbo has bounced around a number of NFL teams since graduating in 2018.

Ozigbo was an undrafted free agent that ultimately signed with the New Orleans Saints ahead of the 2019 season before being waived. He was later claimed by the Jacksonville Jaguars and remained with the organization until 2021, eventually being waived before being signed to their practice squad. After another spell with the Saints, followed by the Jags, he would land with the New England Patriots, with whom he signed a reserve/future contract on Jan. 17.

However, in May, Ozigbo was released, but signed with the Saints for a 3rd time before being waived by the team for a 3rd time on Aug. 21. On Monday, though, the Denver Broncos announced that they were awarded the services of the 25-year-old on waivers:

In four seasons with the Huskers, Ozigbo totaled 2,196 yards and 21 touchdowns while making 49 catches for 488 yards. As a senior in 2018, he totaled 155 carries for 1,082 yards and 12 touchdowns, along with 23 catches for 203 yards.