The Denver Broncos will bring back safety Kareem Jackson on a one-year contract, multiple reports said Monday.
The deal is worth $2.67 million, according to 9News in Denver.
Jackson, 35, played the past four seasons for the Broncos after spending his first nine NFL seasons with the Houston Texans.
Jackson started all 17 games last season and has made 61 appearances (all starts) in his four years in Denver. He’s recorded 342 tackles, four interceptions, 19 pass breakups, four fumble recoveries and one sack for the Broncos.
In 193 career games (185 starts), he has totaled 901 tackles, 20 picks, 107 pass breakups, seven forced fumbles and seven recoveries.
–Field Level Media