Photo by John McCoy/Getty Images The could sign a veteran left tackle or continue to wait until the draft next month In the 12 days since the start of the legal tampering period, the Chargers have gone out and made four signings, each at a different position of need.
nb游戏平台 The Broncos agreed to terms a two-year, $16 million contract with former Chargers running back Melvin Gordon on Thursday and it’s safe to say that his new teammates are pretty excited about the signing.
The Broncos wanted to keep Chris Harris. He instead signed with one of their rivals, the Chargers. The cornerback agreed to a two-year, $20 million deal, leaving Denver after nine seasons, four Pro Bowls and two All-Pros.
Mike Adams, who played safety for the Broncos from 2012-2013, has retired after 16 seasons in the NFL. “I’m officially retiring from the NFL today after 16 years!!” Adams wrote on his Twitter page on Wednesday.
Longtime Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. has been one of the best cornerbacks in football since entering the league. The former undrafted free agent carved out a role as an elite slot cornerback and has the versatility to line up out wide and cover an opponents’ top receiver.
Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harrisnb游戏平台 is doing some damage control after being quoted as counting down the weeks before he can leave. Harris will be a free agent after the season, and with the Broncos off to a frustrating 0-4 start, there’s reason to believe that he’s ready to leave.