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The Denver Broncos agreed to terms with free-agent cornerback Drayton Florence on Thursday, the team announced. Florence, 6 foot, 193 pounds, has played 136 regular-season games in his nine-year career. He played for San Diego from 2003-07, Jacksonville in 2008, and Buffalo from 2009-11. He's made 425 tackles, 17 interceptions, forced three fumbles and recovered five. Florence has also played five postseason games and made 21 tackles in those. The Chargers selected Florence in the second round of the 2003 NFL draft out of Div. II Tuskagee University.
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The Broncos needed a 3rd cornerback for next season after cutting Andre Goodman. Goodman was owed 4.62 million in 2012 and at age 34 in August, he was an easy cut. Florence is getting up there in age as well, turning 32 in December, but at 4.5 million over 2 years, he’s a better value. Neither cornerback is particularly good. Andre Goodman ranked 75th on ProFootballFocus last year...
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