The Denver Broncos have agreed to sign offensive guard C.J. Davis, as the team announced on its official Twitter feed. Davis will be entering his third NFL season after spending the previous two seasons playing for the Carolina Panthers.
Davis, 25, was signed by the Panthers as an undrafted free agent in 2009 after spending his college career playing for Pittsburgh. He missed the entire 2009 season while dealing with injuries, but he appeared in seven games with Carolina in 2010.
In 2011, the Broncos started Chris Kuper and Zane Beadles at their two respective guard positions for all 16 games. Davis gives the line some depth, though, as well as a young player with the potential to improve in the long run.