Denver Broncos make a splash and sign LJ Fort former Brown starter to future deal
LJ Fort was an undrafted free agent last season, from Northern Iowa that signed a udfa contract with the Cleveland Browns. Fort came in under Tom Heckert and started week one against the Philadelphia Eagles. As a Brown, Fort was a stud in which he sacked Michael Vick and really played a lights out game.
Fort was released when Rob Chudzinski came on board with his staff. Fort will now go to the Broncos, where he will be the only insode backer under contract in 2014.
Heckert is expecting to have some big plans for Fort next year in Denver. Remember the name Broncos fans, this kid is a tackling machine.