The Denver Broncos re-signed defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson to a two-year contract.
Executive Vice President of Football Operations John Elway announced the deal, believed to be worth
Vickerson took a reduction in salary to $1.2 million to remain with the Broncos last season. He started a career-high 14 games and recorded 40 tackles with two sacks.
Vickerson is entering his ninth season and has played in 60 career games (32 starts) with Denver (2010-12), Tennessee (2007-09) and Miami (2005-06). He was a seventh-round pick of the Dolphins in 2005.