Broncos: Denver is bringing back defensive lineman Zach Kerr on a twoyear deal.
Kerr played in 27 games for the Broncos over the last two seasons. He had 52 tackles and two sacks.
The 6-foot-2, 334-pound Kerr said he drew interest in free agency from teams in the AFC North and NFC West, but in the end it “made sense for me to stay here from a football standpoint, financial standpoint.”
Kerr spent his first three seasons with the Indianapolis Colts after being signed as a free agent in 2014 out of Delaware.
The Broncos have been bolstering their defense this offseason. They recently added former Chicago cornerback Bryce Callahan and former Houston hard hitter Kareem Jackson.
Falcons: Tight end Logan Paulsen agreed to terms with the Falcons on Saturday, according to the team.
Paulsen will go along with blocking tight end Luke Stocker, who also signed in free agency.
Paulsen played in 15 games for the Falcons last season, including one start. He caught all nine of his targets for 91 yards and one touchdown.
Paulsen didn’t distinguish himself as a blocking tight end, and he was part of the Falcons’ running game that ranked 31st in the NFL in runs of no gain or losses.
Paulsen, 32, has played in 120 NFL games and has made 65 starts.