The Broncos have added another running back to their crowded backfield, as today the team came to terms on a one-year deal with former Bucs back Michael Pittman. The 32-year-old joins a backfield already with Travis Henry, Selvin Young, Andre Hall and fifth-round pick Ryan Torain.
Last season with Tampa Bay, Pittman ran for 286 yards on 68 carries, putting up 4.2 yards per carry. Pittman is a 11-year vet, playing four years with the Cardinals before going to the Bucs in 2002. He was on the Super Bowl team in 2003, rushing for 751 yards. He has a career 21 touchdowns rushing and 8 receiving.
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