DENVER -- The Kansas City Star reported Tuesday night that the Broncos have agreed to terms with Kansas City Chiefs offensive tackle Donald Stephenson.
He started 21 games in four seasons for the Chiefs and is described as a versatile player. In those four seasons, he played left tackle, right tackle and left guard.
The official free agency signing period begins at 2 p.m. Wednesday.
Stephenson would shore up an area where the Broncos struggled last season but got through en route to winning their first Super Bowl title in 17 years.