The Denver Broncos have signed all but two of their nine 2008 draft picks after agreeing to a deal with cornerback Jack Williams on Tuesday.
The only players left to be signed from the draft class are first-round selection Ryan Clady and second-round pick Eddie Royal. Clady is penciled in as the Broncos' starting left tackle and Royal will be relied on for his special teams prowess.
The 5-foot-9, 185-pound Williams was taken with the 119th overall pick out of Kent State. Terms of the deal weren't released.
Williams had 13 interceptions, seven fumble recoveries and 245 tackles in 44 career games for the Golden Flashes.
Denver signed fourth-round pick Kory Lichtensteiger on Monday. The Bowling Green State product will challenge for the starting spot at center.
The Broncos begin training camp on Friday morning.
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