Are the Denver Broncos Trying to Create a Second Franchise?

Mark TravisCorrespondent IMarch 2, 2009

Dolphins Jets Football

Former Miami Dolphins’ corner back Andre’ Goodman has agreed to a five-year deal worth $25 million with the Denver Broncos—$10 million of that contract is guaranteed, according to NFL.com’s Adam Schefter.

Goodman is now the eighth free agent signed by the Broncos thus far this offseason. The team has been rumored to be in contact with another 15 players.

Here are the other players that Denver has already reached an agreement with: J.J. Arrington, Correll Buckhalter, Brian Dawkins, Jabar Gaffney, Renaldo Hill, Lonnie Paxton, and Darrell Reid. (Note: Two of those players are former Patriots)

Even though none of these players—excluding Dawkins—are considered stars, they will all play a role on a team that makes its money with player rotations.

Related

    With Keenum, Broncos Are Committing NFL's Cardinal Sin

    NFL logo
    NFL

    With Keenum, Broncos Are Committing NFL's Cardinal Sin

    Mike Tanier
    via Bleacher Report

    Stern: Goodell Doing a 'Great Job' on Anthem Protests

    NFL logo
    NFL

    Stern: Goodell Doing a 'Great Job' on Anthem Protests

    Adam Wells
    via Bleacher Report

    Latest Buzz on NFL's Big-Name Rookies

    Denver Broncos logo
    Denver Broncos

    Latest Buzz on NFL's Big-Name Rookies

    Justis Mosqueda
    via Bleacher Report

    Dolphins Optimistic About Culture Change, Youth Movement on D

    Miami Dolphins logo
    Miami Dolphins

    Dolphins Optimistic About Culture Change, Youth Movement on D

    cbs4dwork
    via CBS Miami