According to multiple sources, the Denver Broncos have agreed to terms with former Jaguar Derrick Harvey. The former first round pick in 2008 is expected to arrive in Denver today to sign his contract.
In his four years in Jacksonville, Harvey recorded 88 tackles and 8 sacks, playing Defensive End in 47 games. Harvey hasn't lived up to his reputation as a first round pick, but he'll provide depth and upside at defensive end behind Robert Ayers and Elvis Dumervil.
According to the Denver Post's Mike Klis, the Broncos are also interested in two other first round draft picks. Former Patriot DE Ty Warren and former Falcon DE Jamaal Anderson continue to be pursued aggressively by the Broncos. Both players are projected to play inside on the defensive line for Denver.
With the Broncos currently over the 90 man roster, expect corresponding cuts later in the day.