Englewood, Colo. - The Denver Broncos have signed free agent quarterback Todd Husak. Husak originally signed with the team on Dec. 20 last season and finished the season out as the team's third-string quarterback.
In his third year out of Stanford, Husak (6-3, 216lbs.) spent most of the 2001 season on the Jets practice squad roster before being released. He was drafted in the sixth round in 2000 by the Washington Redskins (202nd overall). He played in their last game of 2000, completing both passes for 2 yards.
Husak (7/6/78) finished fifth in passing yards, total offense, touchdown passes and pass attempts and sixth in completions in Stanford's record books. He was first-team All Pac-10 in 1999 and led the Cardinal to the conference title and a Rose Bowl berth.
He is originally from Long Beach, Calif. He attended St. John Bosco High School.
Todd Husak signs on at quarterback
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