Danny Trevathan signs contract with the Broncos

Danny Trevathan signs contract with the Broncos

Mrs. Tyler Thompsonover 9 years


Tuesday must be a day for getting credit where it's due. Today, Danny Trevathan officially became a Denver Bronco, signing a four-year, $2.2 million contract. Trevathan was picked by the Broncos in the sixth round of the draft, and his contract includes a signing bonus of roughly $104,000 and base salaries of $390,000, $480,000, $570,000 and $660,000. Trevathan joins a trio of Kentucky alums in Denver, with Jacob Tamme, Wesley Woodyard, and Jeremy Jarmon on the roster, as well as former UK wide receiver Anthony "Champ" Kelley on staff. In addition to Trevathan, the Broncos have signed defensive tackle Danny Wolfe, cornerback Omar Bolden and defensive end Malik Jackson. Get it done, Danny. And please unlock your Twitter account...Tweet Beat misses your wise words on love and life.

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