He won’t be catching passes from Peyton Manning, but former Georgia wide receiver Marlon Brown will be joining the Super Bowl champions for the upcoming season.
According to a report from NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport, the former Baltimore Ravens wideout reached a one-year agreement with the Broncos on Wednesday.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) July 27, 2016
As Rapoport noted in his Tweet, this will be a chance for Brown to reunite with former Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak, who now serves as the head coach in Denver.
Brown caught just 55 passes for 851 yards and eight touchdowns during an injury-riddled career at UGA which spanned from 2009-12.
After three seasons with the Ravens, Brown has 87 catches for 891 yards and seven touchdowns over his NFL career.