Josh McDaniels is creating his very own “Over the Hill Gang” on Denver’s defensive line.
The Broncos agreed to terms Tuesday on a three-year deal with nose tackle Jamal Williams, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
The news will sting in San Diego, where the Chargers wanted to re-sign the 3-4 run plugger at a lower cost after releasing him. (Shawne Merriman summed it up nicely.) Williams was also scheduled to meet with the Saints.
Williams is the third defensive lineman signed since Friday that is over 30, joining Justin Bannan and Jarvis Green. Bannan and Williams will split time at nose tackle, which should improve Denver’s lackluster rush defense.