Denver Broncos: After coming in for a visit Thursday, DE Raylee Johnson decided to stay. The Denver Post reports the 33-year-old Johnson signed a three-year, $3.3 million contract that includes a $1 million signing bonus. The team needs to come up with 11.5 sacks to replace the production provided by departed DE Bert Berry and is hoping Johsnon, who registered 31.5 sacks the past four seasons, can help. However, there are injury concerns regarding the 12-year veteran. Johnson visited a foot specialist Thursday to help assess the injury that forced him to miss the final seven games last season. He has been slow to heal. The specialist indicated Johnson might not be ready to play before training camp.
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