Friday, March 13, 2009
Young to compete for starting spot
By John Clayton
The Denver Broncos brought in more competition for coach Josh McDaniel's first training camp by signing Browns backup guard Scott Young Friday.
Terms of the deal weren't immediately available. Young becomes the 14th offseason signing for the Broncos, but he is the first addition to the offensive line.
Young, 27, was a fifth-round pick of the Philadelphia Eagles in 2005. He spent three seasons with the Eagles and the past two with the Browns. He's played in 14 games in four seasons, but has never started.
John Clayton is senior NFL writer for ESPN.com.