Broncos sign two players to practice squad, release two

The Denver Broncos on Tuesday made a pair of additions to their practice squad, signing linebacker Quentin Gause and tight end Steven Scheu.

In corresponding moves, the team released receiver Mose Frazier and linebacker Reshard Cliett from the practice squad.

Gause, 24, was signed by the Eagles as an undrafted free agent and had a cup of coffee with the Patriots, briefly landing on their taxi squad. The Patriots released him on Oct. 6.

A standout at Rutgers, Gause logged 223 tackles, three sacks and 27.5 tackles in his collegiate career.

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Scheu (6-foot-5, 255 pounds) also spent time in New England, signed as a free agent in May. The Vanderbilt product started 47 games for the Commodores, recording 83 receptions and eight touchdowns.

Scheu is the second UDFA tight end to be placed on Denver's practice squad, joining Henry Krieger-Coble.

The Broncos' practice squad is at the maximum ten-player limit. Here's what it now looks like:

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