Denver Broncos Sign Jeremy Jarmon, Ramzee Robinson And Cyril Obiozor

On Monday afternoon, the Denver Broncos announced a trio of signings:

The have signed DL Jeremy Jarmon and DB Ramzee Robinson to future contracts.

The have signed DE Cyril Obiozor to a future contract.

Denver had previously acquired Jarmon via trade with the Washington Redskins back in July, but Jarmon failed to make the team. The third-year defensive end out of Kentucky appeared in 11 games with Washington in 2009 and five games in 2010. He has 11 tackles in his NFL career.


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Robinson has bounced around several teams, most recently the Cleveland Browns and the 5-10, 190 lb cornerback has not played in an NFL game since the 2009 season. He has appeared in 26 games and recorded 36 tackles.

Obiozor, a linebacker, has spent time with Green Bay, San Diego and Arizona since 2009.

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