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Report: Broncos sign J.J. Arrington

According to Josina Anderson,

After being released by the Denver Broncos last season, running back J.J. Arrington is now set to return to his former team.

 

Sources told Fox31’s Josina Anderson Thursday afternoon that Arrington has just signed a one-year contract. The terms of the deal were not disclosed at the time.

 

Arrington was on his way back to the airport at the time of this report.

 

Last year Arrington signed a four-year, $10 million deal on Mar. 4, but had just underwent a knee operation a month prior. Thus, Arrington had trouble working into the team’s offseason activities and was eventually cut.

 

Arrington, 27, was a second-round choice of the Arizona Cardinals in 2005"

I like this move, it brings a speedy guy (4.4 40 Yard Dash) Who can run (6.0 ypc off of 31 carries in 2008), catch out of the backfield (255 yards receiving in 2008) and take pressure off Eddie to return kicks (26 yards per KR in 2008). Its a one year deal, so it cant really hurt.

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