Jeff Stehle put together a training camp audition the Broncos didn’t forget.
The team waived Stehle — a college free agent defensive lineman from the University of Wisconsin — on Sept. 4, and then signed him to the practice squad 10 days later. Denver also signed linebacker Titus Brown to the practice squad and waived linebacker Worrell Williams.
Stehle played three games for Denver during the preseason and totaled seven tackles and a pass defensed.
Brown is a third-year player who spent the previous two years with Cleveland, playing five in games with no starts after signing with the Browns as a college free agent from Mississippi State University in 2008.
He started 30 games in college and totaled 170 tackles, 18.5 sacks and three forced fumbles.