It's being reported at several different media outlets that the Denver Broncos have come to terms on a contract with RB Lamont Jordan on a 2-year deal.
The report states that a contract has yet to be signed, but the language has been agreed upon and Jordan will sign the deal later today.
Jordan, 30, spent the 2008 season with New England where he carried the ball 80 times for 363 yards and 4 touchdowns.
The 8th-year veteran was in Arizona Monday meeting with the Cardinals organization, Anderson reports.
Jordan's best season was 2005 when he rushed for 1,025 yards and scored 9 rushing TDs and two receiving TDs. He spent the first four seasons of his career with the New York Jets.
At a reported $2.5 million, the deal provides little risk to the Broncos for a player who should have some motivation to jump-start his career.