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Mike Adams Contract: Defensive Back, Denver Broncos Agree To 2-Year Deal

The Denver Broncos made their first free agent signing of the offseason on Thursday when they inked defensive back Mike Adams to a two-year deal.

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The veteran Adams has spent eight seasons in the NFL, and the last five with the Cleveland Browns. He started all 16 games with the Browns in 2011 and finished the year with 61 tackles and three interceptions. Over the course of his career, he has started 50 games and picked off 12 passes.

Terms of Adams' deal with the Broncos have not been disclosed.

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