The Denver Broncos went into the offseason in a fervent search for more touchdowns and added running back Melvin Gordon on Friday to be part of the solution.
Gordon, a two-time Pro Bowl selection who has 36 rushing touchdowns and 47 touchdowns overall over the past four seasons, has agreed to a two-year, $16 million deal that includes $13.5 in guarantees, a source confirmed to ESPN on Friday.
The News was first delivered by Ian rapoport.
Shortly after a Broncos reporter claimed the Bills actually had made a better offer, but Gordon decided to go with the Broncos anyways.
That’s where Adam Schefter came into the mix.
He disputed that claim.
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