DENVER (KDVR) — One week after offensive tackle Ja’Wuan James suffered a season-ending torn Achilles, the Denver Broncos have added depth to the offensive line.
On Thursday, the Broncos signed 31-year old tackle Bobby Massie to a one-year, $4 million deal according to his representatives. Massie started 110-of-118 career games at right tackle during his first nine NFL seasons with Arizona (2012-15) and Chicago (2016-20).
With the Bears, Massie started 64 games and allowed 12 sacks during his five seasons in Chicago. He started eight games for the team in 2020 before suffering a season-ending knee injury in week 8 against the New Orleans Saints.
The Broncos also added former Packers practice squad tackle Ryan Pope earlier in the week as they continue to add depth on the offensive line.