Broncos confirm 3-year deal with S Brandon Jones


The Denver Broncos confirmed the signing of former Miami Dolphins safety Brandon Jones to a three-year deal on Thursday.

Terms were not disclosed, but earlier reports put the value at $20 million — up to $22.5 million with incentives — with $12.5 million guaranteed.

Jones played in 16 games (six starts) with Miami in 2023 and contributed two interceptions, four passes defensed and 48 tackles.

Jones, who turns 26 next month, was drafted in the fourth round by Miami in 2020 and tallied three interceptions, four forced fumbles, eight sacks and 238 tackles in 54 games (30 starts).

“Truly wouldn’t trade these last 4 years for anything. Forever grateful for the Dolphins organization for taking a chance on a kid from Nacogdoches, Texas that wanted nothing more than to live out his childhood dreams of playing in the NFL. Denver … LFG,” Jones posted Monday on X, confirming the move.