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Broncos sign S Josh Bush, waive TE Richard Gordon, release TE Arthur Lynch


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. —** The Broncos made three roster moves Tuesday, signing safety Josh Bush to the active roster as a free agent while waiving tight end Richard Gordon and releasing TE Arthur Lynch from the practice squad.

Bush spent 11 months with the Broncos previously, playing one month on the practice squad in 2014 before being signed to the active roster in December. Bush appeared in two games and had one interception against the Raiders in the Broncos' final game of the regular season. In 2015, Bush played in three games for the Broncos on special teams before the Broncos waived him in October when they signed tackle Tyler Polumbus.

In the meantime, Bush spent a week in October with the Bills, though they released him when they re-signed kicker Jordan Gay to handle kickoff duties.

Gordon, a five-year veteran out of Miami, was active in one game this season.

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