Englewood, Colorado–Via the Denver Broncos, Center Matt Paradis, wide receiver Jordan Taylor and long snapper Casey Kreiter, signed their tenders on Monday, the team announced.
As players with fewer than three accrued seasons, exclusive-rights free agents may only re-sign with their prior team once their team issues tenders to them.
Paradis is a sixth round draft pick from Boise State and an first team All-Pro and Pro Bowl Center. He hasn’t missed a game in two years. Paradis had off season hip surgery and per the team, should be ready to play by the start of Training Camp.
Taylor, a Rice undrafted free agent signing, had 16 receptions, 2 TD’s and 209 receiving yards in his 16 appearances in 2016. ‘Sunshine’ was a favorite target of Peyton Manning during his rehabilitation from his foot injury.
Kreiter, signed in 2016, won his position battle and played 10 games for the Broncos before suffering a calf injury that ultimately sent him to injured reserve with three games left in the season. He recently announced via social media that another Kreiter is on his way.