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December 01, 2015


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Denver Broncos on Tuesday signed safety Josh Bush to their active roster and waived tight end Richard Gordon, it was announced.

Also on Tuesday, the team released tight end Arthur Lynch from its practice squad.

Bush (5-11, 205 pounds) is a fourth-year player who has appeared in 40 career games with the N.Y. Jets (2012-14) and Broncos (2014-15), totaling 10 tackles (7 solo), one interception (5 yds.), one pass defensed and one forced fumble. He also appeared in one postseason contest with Denver in 2014.

Selected by the Jets in the sixth round (187th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft from Wake Forest University, Bush saw action in every game during his first two NFL seasons. He spent time on Denver’s practice squad in 2014 before being elevated to the active roster late in the year.

Bush played in Denver’s first three games in 2015, contributing in 25 plays on defense and 49 snaps on special teams. He also spent one week on the Bills’ active roster this season.

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