Posted Sat Feb 28th by Ian Henson
Now as the sun rotates and the team gets bigger, word on the street is that the Denver Broncos are continuing their full-on kamikaze assault at the NFL’s Free Agency, by signing former Cleveland Browns inside linebacker Andra Davis.
Continuing with the trend, it seems as if everyone that has visited Denver has signed. There are reports that thus far, everyone who has come to visit the Broncos has already signed an offer sheet.
The signing of Davis solidifies a gap that was left when the Broncos chose not to resign free agent Nate Webster. It also cools the bring Ray Lewis to Denver campaign.
In other free agent news, the Broncos have also expressed interest in Miami Dolphins cornerback Andre Goodman, who could be signed by the end of the day. There’s also the announcement that the Broncos have added defensive tackle Darrell Reid (formerly of the Indianapolis Colts) to a reported $6.8 million over three-years. Reid was a special teamer for the most part, but did fill in as a fullback during goal line situations for the Colts.
Davis did not have the best performance in 2008, but he is a solid guy and has had great seasons and really great games (20 tackles against Green Bay in 2005). I don’t know that he’s better than Webster though… What do you think Nation?