Broncos sign three players


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Broncos sign three players
By Associated Press
May 30, 2006

DENVER — The Denver Broncos signed three players out of the NFL Europe league on Tuesday, including running back Marty Johnson who helped Utah reach its highest national ranking after the 2004 season.

The team also signed linebacker Kevin Harrison and defensive tackle Bryan Save (Sah-vay), the team said in a statement. Terms were not disclosed.

Johnson led the Berlin Thunder and ranked fifth in NFL Europe in rushing yards this past season with a 4.2 yards a carry average. He had been out of football since leading the Mountain West Conference and tying for 16th in the nation with 14 rushing touchdowns with Utah in 2004.

Harrison signed with Cleveland as an undrafted free-agent, but was cut last year before the regular season. He played with the Thunder, ranking second in tackles.

Save played with the Cologne Centurions the last two seasons, leading the team last season in sacks.,2777,DRMN_23918_4738865,00.html
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