So far this off season the Denver Broncos have lost several key components to their Super Bowl winning team but on Tuesday they have retained one of their key contributors to that team.
The Broncos have matched the four year $18 million offer sheet the Dolphins set out for starting running back CJ Anderson.
This contract actually works out for both sides as Anderson was only offered a $1.6 million tender which turned into a $18 million contract.
The Broncos have Anderson locked up for the next four years and prevent themselves from paying Anderson full market price if he has another solid season.
This contract insures that Anderson will be the lead dog over backup Ronnie Hillman.
Article By Brandyn Nelson