Brandon Stokley Signs One-Year Deal With Broncos

Brandon Stokley runs off of the field at the end of the game against the Cincinnati Bengals. (Frank Victores-US PRESSWIRE)

The Denver Broncos have just signed wide receiver Brandon Stokley to a one-year contract.

Peyton Manning and Stokley were teammates in Indianapolis from 2003-2006. Stokley previously played for the Broncos for three seasons prior to joining the Seahawks in 2010, and the Giants in 2011 for two games.

The Broncos were looking for a slot receiver to fill the void that Eddie Royal’s departure left, and Stokley fits the need perfectly.

Stokley will turn 36 in June, but he’s got a wealth of experience in Manning’s system, and should help the younger wideouts adapt to the new offense.

Stokley’s best season came in ’04-’05 with the Colts when he had 68 receptions for 1,077 yards and 10 touchdowns. In his career, he has 339 receptions for 4,680 yards, and 34 touchdowns.

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Topics: Brandon Stokley, Denver Broncos, Peyton Manning

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  • Davin N Ualani Oyama

    This is a great pick up! With young receiver’s he can help them adjust to Manning’s on the fly play calling.Now we need to hope the OL picks it up quick.

  • Barbara Van Buskirk

    He’s Back, so excited!

  • Tim Freeman

    Yea, this is a good thing. I’m surprised he wasn’t already picked up by another team.

  • KatieKyle Bakko

    YEAH BUDDY HE”S BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Jon Tanguy

    Never shoulda let him go!