The Denver Broncos have brought in a second tight end on Friday by announcing they agreed to terms with former Indianapolis Colts player Jacob Tamme:
The #Broncos have agreed to terms with TE Jacob Tamme: dbron.co/oq.— Denver Broncos (@Denver_Broncos) March 23, 2012
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that the deal is for three years and $9 million. The Broncos signed Joel Dreessen on Friday morning, poaching the former Colorado St. Rams tight end from the Houston Texans.
Tamme becomes the first ex-Colts player to join Peyton Manning in Denver. There was belief that center Jeff Saturday would choose the Broncos, but he ultimately signed with the Green Bay Packers on Friday.
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