Safety Mike Adams said he’d walk to his home in Paterson, New Jersey in full uniform if the Broncos had won the Super Bowl. They didn’t, and for a while it appeared that Denver’s uniform could be the last he’d ever wear.
Only days after expressing anxiety about his linger status as a free agent, Adams has a new home. In Indianapolis.
The Colts have announced that Adams has agreed to terms. Before two years with the Broncos, Adams spent five with the Browns and three with the 49ers.
His career began as an undrafted free agent 10 years ago. It now continues with the Colts, who had a need at the position after placing Corey Lynch on IR a day ago.