The Denver Broncos added two players to their 90-man roster on Wednesday.
The Broncos have signed cornerback Donnie Lewis and wide receiver Trey Quinn. The moves were first reported by Mike Klis and Benjamin Allbright.
Lewis was picked in the seventh round of the 2019 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns but didn't get any game action. He spent two years on the practice squad before being picked up by the Cincinnati Bengals.
He then didn't play any games on the Bengals' active roster and was released in 2021.
As for Quinn, he does have some playing experience in the NFL. He was picked by the Washington Commanders in the 2018 NFL Draft and spent two seasons with them before he was released.
During that time, he finished with 273 yards and two touchdowns off 35 receptions.
It's not known whether both players will make the 53-man roster heading into next season, but they'll be given a shot.