The Broncos added free agent wide receiver Jason Hill and guard C.J. Davis to the roster this week.
Hill (6-foot-0, 202 pounds) will enter his sixth NFL season in 2012 after playing with Jacksonville (2010-11) and San Francisco (2007-10) to begin his career. He was originally selected by the 49ers in the third round (76th overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft from Washington State University.
In 50 career games (13 starts), he has totaled 76 receptions for 1,028 yards (13.5 avg.) with eight touchdowns. In 10 games (all starts) for the Jaguars in 2011, he recorded a career-best 367 receiving yards and three touchdowns on 25 catches.
Hill, who produced 148 career receptions for 2,704 yards and a school-record 32 touchdowns at Washington State, attended Sacred Heart Cathedral High School in San Francisco and was born on Feb. 20, 1985.
Davis (6-foot-2, 308 pounds) will enter his third NFL season in 2012 after spending his first two professional campaigns (2009-10) with Carolina. He originally entered the NFL as a college free agent with the Panthers in 2009 before being placed on injured reserve at the end of training camp during his rookie season. He was signed to the Panthers’ active roster from their practice squad in 2010 and played seven games for the club to close out the season.
He played 45 career games (43 starts) at the University of Pittsburgh, where he was a first-team All-Big East Conference selection as a senior. Davis attended West Allegheny High School in Imperial, Pa., and was born on Feb. 2, 1987.