The Broncos have inked a deal with unrestricted free agent center Sam Mustipher.

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Denver team has bolstered its offensive line once again.

On Thursday, the Broncos officially announced the signing of center Sam Mustipher to a one-year deal as an unrestricted free agent.

Before joining the Broncos, Mustipher played for the Bears from 2020 to 2022, starting in 40 out of 43 games. He then moved to the Ravens in 2023, where he started in two out of nine games.

During his tenure with the Bears from 2021 to 2022, Mustipher participated in over 2,100 snaps across 34 games.

Mustipher now joins Alex Forsyth and Luke Wattenberg as potential centers for the Broncos.

Earlier in the league year, Denver had also strengthened its offensive line by signing tackle Matt Peart and guard Calvin Throckmorton.

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