The Broncos have added another former first-round defensive lineman today, and this time it's a tackle: Brodrick Bunkley of the Eagles, who had originally been traded to Cleveland for a 2012 fifth-rounder on Saturday. However, Bunkley refused to report to the Browns, and the trade was nullified - so he's instead heading to Denver in return for an undisclosed 2013 draft choice.
Bunkley (6'2" 295 lbs) was the 14th-overall pick of the 2006 Draft by the Eagles and played in 76 of a possible 80 regular-season games for Philly, starting 52 of them and amassing 111 tackles, six sacks and seven passes defensed. No word on whether Bunkley will receive a reworked contract with Denver, but he's on the last year of his rookie deal and is due to make
$635K $685K before hitting free agency. According to John Clayton, Denver remains interested in Jamaal Anderson, formerly of the Falcons.* Not sure where things stand with Ty Warren, or whether this deal will affect Denver's interest in him.
*Anderson has reportedly agreed to terms with the Colts, so scratch him off the list.