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Denver Broncos sign ex-Lions WR Josh Reynolds to 2-year deal

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Sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Wednesday that free agent, ex-Lions wide receiver Josh Reynolds signed a two-year deal worth up to $14 million with the Denver Broncos. The addition of Reynolds’ comes after the Broncos traded wide receiver Jerry Jeudy to the Cleveland Browns earlier this month.

Reynolds, 29, spent his first four NFL seasons with the Los Angeles Rams after being selected in the fourth round of the 2017 draft.  The veteran wide receiver was waived by the Tennessee Titans in 2021, after which he signed a two-year extension with the Lions before the 2022 season Reynolds was a consistent target for Lions quarterback Jared Goff over the past few season; he finished with 608 yards on 40 catches with 5 touchdowns in 2023.  Lions general manager Brad Holmes said he hoped to re-sign Reynolds during the NFL’s league meetings this week in Orlando, Florida, sharing: “He’s one that was part of the original [free agent] plans. Still having dialogue, we’ll just kind of see where that goes. But that’s really the only one that’s still out there that we had originally planned so far.”

Reynolds has 220 career receptions for 2,933 yards and 19 touchdowns in 107 games, averaging 13.3 yards per catch over seven seasons. With the Broncos, Reynolds joins a depth chart that includes Courtland Sutton, Marvin Mims Jr., Tim Patrick and others.

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