The Denver Broncos have agreed to sign free agent offensive lineman Graham Glasgow to a four-year contract, according to multiple reports Monday.
Graham's overall contract is expected to be for $44 million overall per several outlets, with NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reporting Graham's guaranteed payout at $25 million, while ESPN's Adam Schefter tweeted the guarantee was for $26 million.
Glasgow, 27, has started 58 of 62 games in his four NFL seasons, all previously spent with the Detroit Lions, who picked him in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft.
The four-year veteran has missed just two games to injury and has been known for his versatility along the offensive line. As a rookie in 2016, he started 11 games overall at both center and left guard. After again playing at both spots in 2017, he became the team's sole starter at center in 2018 before seeing action there and also right guard last season.
"That's something that worked out well for me," Glasgow told NFL.com last week. "I can play both (guard and center), I can play both well, so that's just something that works out to where it's not like I want to play one more than the other."
The Broncos have been fairly busy in the lead-up to the new league year, which officially kicks off on Wednesday. Denver previously placed the franchise tag on safety Justin Simmons, traded for former Pro Bowl safety A.J. Bouye, and picked up contract options on linebackers Von Miller and Todd Davis as well as kicker Brandon McManus.
--Field Level Media