The Denver Broncos and free-agent defender Kasim Edebali have agreed to terms on a contract, 9News' Mike Klis reports.
Financial terms are not yet known.
Edebali, 27, is a defensive end-outside linebacker hybrid who has 54 career tackles and eight sacks. He was originally signed in 2014 by the New Orleans Saints as an undrafted free agent.
A rotational player, Edebali's best NFL season came in 2015, when he notched five takedowns.
Edebali is the latest signing for Denver as they rebuild their barren defensive line. The team landed nose tackle Domata Peko and end Zach Kerr over the weekend, giving them each two-year deals.