Broncos tight end tally now stands at fiveâ€¦or is it six?
Late Sunday afternoon, Denver agreed to terms with Rams tight end Daniel Fells.Â Sources tell The Denver Post the agreement is a one-year contract.Â Fells is primarily a blocking tight end, but did catch 41 passes in 2010 for St. Louis.
He is tight end No. 5 on Denverâ€™s roster.
As for that possible sixth tight end, it could very well be Dante Rosario.Â The former Panther underwent a physical, but is has yet to sign with Denver.Â Rosario is considered a receiving tight end.
In training camp, Fells will compete against Richard Quinn and rookie Virgil Green.Â Rosario, if signed, will face off against Dan Gronkowski and rookie Julius Thomas.
Bottom line: the pressure is on.Â Itâ€™s unlikely all six end up on the Broncosâ€™ opening day roster.
More DT visits
Former Patriot Ty Warren could be the next defensive tackle added to the Broncosâ€™ roster.Â He passed a weekend physical in Denver, despite having missed all of last season with a hip injury.Â Warren has reportedly been offered a contract, but is waiting to see what other offers are out there.
The Broncos also plan to meet with Atlantaâ€™s Jamaal Anderson.Â The eight-overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft, Anderson was released by the Falcons Friday.
Sticking with DTs, the Broncos re-signed Marcus Thomas to a one-year deal.
Linebacker Dominic Douglas, who was signed by Denver in December, was waived.
Former Broncos tight end Daniel Graham signed a three-year deal Sunday with the Tennessee Titans.Â Graham grew up in the Denver area and played at the University of Colorado.