J.J. Arrington reportedly sign a 4 year contract with the Denver Broncos yesterday, and was preparing to join another newly aquired free agent back Correll Buckhalter, but the deal has hit a snag.
The Broncos and Arrington had reached an agreement in principle Friday on a four- year contract, according to the player's agent, J.R. Rickert. But in reading through the contract language, some issues arose that threaten to kill the deal.
"J.J's back in Arizona," said Rickert. "The deal's not dead yet."
The deal may not be dead yet, but it has prompted the Broncos to line up a visit with free agent RB Derrick Ward today, whom the Broncos view as the #1 free agent back on the market, and after failed visits in Cincinnati and Philly, Ward has apperently dropped his asking price.