The Broncos completed their 10-man practice squad, signing DE Zach Thompson, the team announced Monday.
Thompson (6-5, 265 pounds) is a rookie from Wake Forest University who spent the preseason with the New York Jets after signing with the club as a college free agent on May 11.
He played 44 games (40 starts) for the Demon Deacons and totaled 151 tackles (73 solo), 11 sacks, two interceptions, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery during his collegiate career.
He played in three games in the preseason for the Jets, tallying no stats (tackles, sacks, etc.). According to Pro Football Focus, he played in 59 snaps and registered one QB hit and two QB hurries.
Now at full capacity, the Broncos' 10-man practice squad is below.
|Linebacker/Defensive End||Shaquil Barrett||Rookie|
|Running Back||Kapri Bibbs||Rookie|
|Tight End||Gerell Robinson||1st|
|Wide Receiver||Bennie Fowler||Rookie|
|Defensive End||Zach Thompson||Rookie|
Still no word on CB Louis Young or why the bright young playmaker hasn't landed anywhere in the NFL, including Denver's practice squad. If you've heard something let us know!