The Broncos signed linebacker Mike Mohamed to the practice squad on Thursday. Denver drafted Mohamed with a sixth-round pick in 2011, and he played in the first two regular season games of that season.
Mohamed, 24, was released from Jacksonville's practice squad on Wednesday. The second-year Cal alum spent Weeks 3 through 12 on the Broncos' practice squad in 2011, and was on the active roster from Week 13 through the postseason, though he didn't see any game action.
Mohamed was a first-team All-Pac 10 selection in 2009 and a second-team honoree in 2010, his senior season. He led the conference in tackles with 112 in 2009, along with two sacks and three picks.
Denver waived tight end Cornelius Ingram to make room for Mohamed. Ingram signed with the Broncos on Dec. 27, 2011 and finished that season on the practice squad. Ingram had two catches for 45 yards and a touchdown in the 2012 preseason.