The Broncos reached agreement with two TEs _ Daniel Fells of the Rams and Dante Rosario of Car. Fells is expected to be the starter.
Fells has been a quietly effective contributor for the Rams the past two seasons, averaging more than 10 yards per catch and hauling in five touchdowns in limited playing time. He's only 27, and he's improved his numbers every season he's been in the leaguing, upping his totals to 41 catches for 391 yards in 2010.
Rosario hasn't been quite as productive as Fells of late, but he's been a contributor since he's come in the league, consistently doubling his reception total from year-to-year.
The Broncos desperately needed tight ends, so adding the pair is filling a major hole in John Fox's team. Couple them with the addition of Willis McGahee, and the Broncos' offense is coming into clearer picture.
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