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Broncos agree to terms with sixth-round pick Netane Muti on rookie contract


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Sixth-round pick Netane Muti has agreed to terms with the Broncos on his rookie contract, the team announced Wednesday.

He became the fifth member of the Broncos' 2020 draft class to agree to terms on his rookie deal, as Michael Ojemudia agreed to terms Tuesday while Albert Okwuegbunam, Tyrie Cleveland and Derrek Tuszka agreed to terms earlier on Wednesday.

Muti, a 6-foot-3, 315-pound guard out of Fresno State, was one of the most talented offensive-line underclassmen during his 14-game redshirt freshman season in 2017. Selected as an All-Mountain West honorable mention, Muti was part of a position group that allowed just 10 sacks all year, which was the third-fewest in college football.

Injuries cut short his sophomore and junior seasons in 2018 and 2019, as he played a combined five games over his final two years at Fresno State.

Of the Broncos' 10-man draft class, five have yet to agree to terms on their rookie contracts.

Rookies are scheduled to report to UCHealth Training Center on Thursday for COVID-19 testing.

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