The Denver Broncos are bringing back a former player.
The team said it signed tackle Tyler Polumbus and waived safety Josh Bush Thursday.
Polumbus (6-8, 308 pounds) 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, according to the Broncos,
Since leaving the Broncos in 2009, he's played with Seattle (2010-11), Washington (2011-14) and Atlanta (2015).
Polumbus was an All-Big 12 Conference performer at CU and a graduate of Cherry Creek High School.
Polumbus helps the Broncos offensive line since Ty Sambrailo injured his shoulder in last Sunday's game.