Jamal Williams hopped on a plane yesterday to take a physical with the Denver Broncos and it doesn’t appear he’ll be leaving anytime soon.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Williams signed a three year contract with the Broncos.
Williams, 34, played his entire career with the San Diego Chargers after being drafted in 1998.
The length of the contract is interesting considering Williams’ age and the fact that he was injured last season. More than likely, the Broncos can get out of it at an earlier date if things don’t go well.
3-4 nose tackles are hard to come by so even if he's playing limited snaps this is a solid move for the Broncos.
This is the second free agency move for the Broncos today after signing former New England Patriots DE Jarvis Green.
[Update 6:02 PM: Schefter has the contract numbers....three years with a max value of $22 million and $7 million guaranteed.]