The Denver Broncos made another free agent move on Monday that had little to do with Peyton Manning. Linebacker Wesley Woodyard came to terms on a 2-year contract to return to the Broncos according to his agent Tony Fleming.
In tweets by ESPN's Josina Anderson, Fleming explained why Woodyard came back to the Ornage and Blue:
"Wesley's heart is in Denver, so he is very pleased that we were able to come to terms."
Woodyard joins Joe Mays in the Broncos linebacking corps, though the group is still shorthanded, especially if D.J. Williams has to serve his 6-game suspension for failing a drug test.