The Broncos have agreed to terms with TE Jacob Tamme, according to a league source.
The three-year deal is worth $9 million and has $3.5 million guaranteed.
“Excited to announce I’ll be joining the Denver Broncos & I look forward to getting to work,” Tamme tweeted Friday. “I want to thank Mr. Irsay, the Colts organization, Colts fans, & most of all, my teammates for what has been a great 4 years in Indy.”
Tamme is the second tight end the Broncos reached a deal with Friday, as they also agreed to terms on a deal with ex-Texan Joel Dreessen.
“Added two quality TEs and a good young CB to our roster today,” executive vice president of football operations John Elway wrote on Twitter. “Joel Dreessen, Jacob Tamme and Tracy Porter will make big contributions for us in 2012.”
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