The Denver Broncos and wide receiver Demaryius Thomas have agreed to a five-year, $70 million deal on the final day before the deadline for teams to agree with players with the franchise tag came. Per ESPN:

Saying he "wanted to finish a Bronco, retire a Bronco," Denver wide receiver Demaryius Thomas said Friday he's glad that negotiations worked out on a new long-term deal and that he looks forward to helping the team win the Super Bowl.

Thomas, 27, who had been designated as the team's franchise player, signed a five-year, $70 million deal Wednesday that includes $43.5 million in guarantees.
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