The Broncos added another free agent on Wednesday — wide receiver Andre Caldwell.
The 6-foot, 190-pound receiver has played in 51 games — including 14 starts — in his career with the Cincinnati Bengals.
Entering his fifth NFL season, Caldwell has totaled 124 receptions for 1,172 yards and six touchdowns. A third-round pick by the Bengals in the 2008 NFL Draft from the University of Florida, he left the Gators as the school’s all-time leader in receptions.
His older brother, Reche, was a wide receiver for Washington (2007), New England (2006) and San Diego (2002-05).
In addition, the team agreed to terms with free agent linebacker Wesley Woodyard and re-signed guard Manny Ramirez earlier this week.
In 2011, Woodyard was second on the team in defensive tackles, in addition to leading the club in special teams stops for the third time in his four seasons in Denver.
Woodyard has served as a team captain for the past three seasons, and for his Broncos career has accumulated 202 tackles, one sack, one interception, five pass breakups and three forced fumbles. He has started 16 games and played in 58.
Ramirez started 15 of 18 games played in his first four NFL seasons with the Detroit Lions, playing in a career-high 13 games for the Lions in 2008. That season, he was penalized just three times while allowing just a half-sack, according to Stats Inc.
The guard originally signed with the Broncos as a free agent on Jan. 4, 2011.