Josiah Bronson began his college career at Temple, but saw very limited action. He transferred to Washington in 2018, and immediately made an impact with 11 tackles and a sack that year.
In 2019, Bronson started in 11 games for Washington, totaling 23 tackles and two sacks. His shortened season in 2020 was productive as well, with 8 tackles in just three starts. Bronson is a versatile lineman, having experience as both a tackle and an end.
From there, Josiah has been in and out of the NFL for the past few seasons. Bronson has had stints with the New Orleans Saints, Cleveland Browns, Dallas Cowboys, and Miami Dolphins.
Josiah played in six games with the Saints in 2021, racking up 11 tackles. He also played in one game for the Cleveland Browns, making one tackle in that appearance.
Cowboys have waived DL Josiah Bronson, person familiar with decision said. He produced bright flashes in preseason and is expected to be invited to practice squad should he clears waivers. pic.twitter.com/Zex5PSIH3w