Posted Tue Mar 16th by Ian Henson
As Brady Quinn begins his first full-day as a Denver Bronco Adam Caplan of Scout.com is reporting that restricted free agent safety Josh Barrett has been re-signed by the club.
Barrett was drafted in 2008 by the Broncos in the seventh round (228th pick overall), in the NFL combine he was touted as the biggest, fastest safety available.
Shortly after preseason finished in 2008 Barrett was signed to the Broncos practice squad, he was placed on the active roster in late November and recorded his first career interception two weeks later against Jake Delhomme then of the Carolina Panthers.
In 2009 he participated in fourteen games, starting none, accumulating ten tackles (nine solo) and participating on special teams.
Barrett becomes the second Broncos restricted free agent to sign with the team. Terms for the contract are not immediately confirmed, but it is believed to be a one year deal. [scout.com]