DENVER -- The Denver Broncos on Thursday signed free-agent
linebacker who spent last season out of the NFL.
Ray Wells was signed to a three-year deal by the Broncos. Terms
were not released.
An undrafted free agent when he entered the league in May 2003,
Wells played in all 16 games during and two playoff games during
the 2003-04 season with Tennessee. After being waived by the Titans
in 2004, Wells was signed by San Francisco, where he played in six
In 22 career regular-season games, Wells has totaled 15
special-teams tackles and tackle on defense. Wells also has two
tackles on special teams during the playoffs.
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