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October 01, 2015


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Denver Broncos on Thursday signed tackle Tyler Polumbus and waived safety Josh Bush, it was announced.

Polumbus (6-8, 308 pounds) is an eighth-year player who spent his first two NFL seasons with Denver after signing with the Broncos as a college free agent in 2008 from the University of Colorado.

During his career, Polumbus has appeared in 101 regular-season games (57 starts) with Denver (2008-09), Seattle (2010-11), Washington (2011-14) and Atlanta (2015) in addition to starting three postseason contests.

Polumbus has opened at least seven games in five of the last six years, including 39 consecutive starts for the Redskins at right tackle from 2012-14. He saw action in all three games for Atlanta this season before being released by the club on Sept. 29.

During his first two years in the NFL, Polumbus appeared in 31-of-32 possible games for the Broncos, starting eight contests at right tackle in 2009.

An All-Big 12 Conference performer at CU and a graduate of Cherry Creek High School in Englewood, Colo., Polumbus is one of only 12 players to start a game at the Colorado high school, college and NFL levels. He was born on April 10, 1985.

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