Denver: Former Georgia Tech Demaryius Thomas and the Broncos have agreed to terms of a five-year deal worth approximately $15.5 Million, with $9.35 million guaranteed.
Thomas' freaky 25 yards per reception average last season has got to have Broncos head coach and former Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels thinking of the Freak he left back in New England in the form of Randy Moss.
The 6-foot-3, 229-pound rookie ran a 4.38 40.
And with Tim Tebow on the scene, there will be no shortage of cannons to deliver the ball to Thomas as he stretches opponents deep down the field.
Demaryius Thomas was the 22nd selection of the 2010 NFL Draft; at this moment, he is heading over to Dove Valley to sign his contract.
There will be no hold outs for the Denver Broncos when they start training camp first thing in the morning in Englewood, Colorado.
Now its all up to Josh McDaniels to take his two-year renovation project, and turn it into a playoff contender.
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