ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) The Denver Broncos have promoted safety Josh Bush to their 53-man roster and replaced him on the practice squad with guard Jon Halapio.
The Broncos had an open spot on their roster after putting linebacker Danny Trevathan (knee) on IR and waiving tight end Dominique Jones.
Bush had been on Denver's practice squad for a month. He's a third-year pro who's appeared...
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December 17, 2014
Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports reports that the Denver Broncos are promoting S Josh Bush from their practice squad on Wednesday.
This comes just a week after the Broncos placed S Quinton Carter on season-ending injured reserve.
Bush, 25, was taken in the sixth round of the 2012 NFL Draft by the New York Jets. He was placed on waivers back in October and he later signed on to the Broncos’...
The New York Jets announced that they have placed S Josh Bush on waivers and activated LB Antwan Barnes from the reserve/PUP list.
We have released Josh Bush and activated Antwan Barnes from Reserve/PUP.
— New York Jets (@nyjets) October 15, 2014
Barnes, 29, was placed on the PUP list with a knee injury as the team worked to get their 53-man roster set before the start of...
The New York Jets play vs. the Oakland Raiders this week in a game that will probably be a defensive battle. It looks like they're going to be shorthanded defensively, though. #459786959 / gettyimages.comStarting cornerback Dee Milliner (ankle) has already been ruled out for the game. That will be a big blow to the team because they don't really have a number one cornerback...
Rex Ryan with third-year safety Josh Bush Photo Credit: AP
This time of year in the NFL world, teams are either starting OTA’s, or just trying to run some team-building activities in order to get ready for an always physically grueling season. For Rex Ryan and the New York Jets, that activity was a night of bowling; a nice harmless, fun activity that gets the competitive juices...
Rex Ryan had a surprise in store for the Jets Thursday, foregoing a fourth-consecutive day of OTA practices to take the entire team bowling.
Chemistry-building activities are nothing new to Ryan, who in the past has treated his squad to impromptu movie screenings, games of paintball, and visits from the military.
Bowling, however, is something he sees a lot of value in.