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Broncos agree to terms with linebacker Reggie Walker

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Seventh year linebacker Reggie Walker has agreed to terms on a one-year contract with the Broncos, the team announced on Thursday.

Walker spent the previous two seasons with the Chargers before becoming a street free agent. He started in six games in 2013 and played a total of 27 games for San Diego. He recorded 48 combined tackles in those two season (37 solo) and had 3.5 sacks, including three in 2013 and a forced fumble.

Prior to his stint in San Diego, Walker played four seasons as an Arizona Cardinal, where he played in 48 games, collecting 50 tackles.

A Kansas State football product originally from Fairbanks, Alaska, Walker went to high school in Sacramento, Calif.

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