ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Denver Broncos on Tuesday agreed to terms with wide receiver Andre Caldwell on a new two-year contract, Executive Vice President of Football Operations/General Manager John Elway announced.
Caldwell, who will enter his seventh NFL season in 2014, has played in 24 regular-season games (2 starts) for the Broncos during the last two years, totaling 17 receptions for 218 yards (12.8 avg.) with three touchdowns.
He combined to catch 11 passes for 113 yards (10.3 avg.) with two touchdowns during Denver’s final three games in 2013 before seeing action in all three playoff contests for the club.
In six NFL seasons, including his first four with Cincinnati, Caldwell has appeared in 75 regular-season games (16 starts) and tallied 141 catches for 1,390 yards (9.9 avg.) with nine touchdowns. He has seen action in four career postseason games (1 start) and owns four receptions for 51 yards (12.8 avg.) in those contests.
Selected by the Bengals in the third round (97th overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft from the University of Florida, Caldwell caught a career-high 51 passes for 432 yards (8.5 avg.) with three touchdowns for Cincinnati in 2009.