By Gray Caldwell
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- With free agency now in full swing, the Broncos have gotten involved by re-signing two of their unrestricted free agents on Friday.
The team has agreed to terms with Russ Hochstein and Brandon Lloyd, it was announced. As per club policy, terms of the deals were not disclosed.
Hochstein is a 10th-year offensive lineman who played in 15 games, including 10 starts, in his first season with the Broncos in 2009 after he was acquired from New England in a trade on Aug. 25.
He has seen action in 121 career regular-season and playoff games, including 35 starts at five different positions.
Lloyd, who originally was signed by the Broncos on June 15, 2009, is an eighth-year wide receiver who played in two contests during the 2009 season, including a start in Denver's regular-season finale against Kansas City.
He has played in 81 career regular-season games with 48 starts and has totaled 164 receptions for 2,370 yards with 15 touchdowns.
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