With Von Miller expected to miss at least six games and Stewart Bradley out after wrist surgery, the Broncos were stretched thin at linebacker. So they’ve added someone with plenty of experience.
According to Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com, the Broncos are signing linebacker Paris Lenon, and he’s expected to be at practice today.
The 35-year-old Lenon was with the Cardinals last, and has spent time with the Rams, Lions and Packers.
While he’s more of an inside linebacker than a direct replacement for Miller, he’s a smart and durable player, who started all 48 games for the Cardinals the last three seasons.