Billy Turner signing one-year deal with Broncos

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The Broncos agreed to terms with free agent offensive lineman Billy Turner on one-year deal, Mike Klis of 9News reports.

Turner is expected to compete with Calvin Anderson and Tom Compton at right tackle.

The Broncos had Turner visit last week and offensive lineman Brandon Shell on Monday. They are signing Turner, who played for new coach Nathaniel Hackett in Green Bay.

Turner, 30, started 43 games for the Packers the past three seasons, making starts at right tackle and right guard.

He previously played for the Broncos, joining the team in 2016, and he started 11 games at left guard for the team in 2018.

Turner entered the NFL as a third-round choice of the Dolphins in 2014.

7 responses to “Billy Turner signing one-year deal with Broncos

  1. Good choice. Glad we aren’t bringing in anyone from the Seattle line. We’d like to keep Russ upright.

  2. Better on the Right by alot, but good sign. Solid for Green Bay and needed to survive the losses of Bak and Jenkins. Alas.

  3. He’s a good player but you can’t keep everyone. Will definitely help the Broncos. Wish him well.

  4. I liked him. Hated to see him go but that’s the nature of the beast these days. Good luck Billy

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