The Broncos made two pairs of corresponding practice squad moves on Tuesday, adding a pair of players who were drafted in the sixth round of the 2012 Draft: safety Josh Bush and well traveled offensive lineman Mark Asper.
To make room for Bush and Asper, Denver cut defensive end Zach Thompson and wideout Douglas McNeil.
The Jets drafted Bush and dressed him for 35 games before waiving him last month. The Wake Forest alum has 21 total tackles and a forced fumble to his credit.
Asper was a sixth-round pick of Buffalo's and has had five stints with four teams since then. Most recently, the Oregon alum was on the Giants' practice squad in September.