Broncos sign guard Cameron Spikes

The Denver Broncos have signed Arizona Cardinals unrestricted free-agent guard Cameron Spikes. He played all 16 games for Arizona in 2004, starting eight contests at right guard and one game at left guard.

Additionally, the Broncos waived defensive end Randy Garner.

Spikes, 6-4, 313 pounds, enters his seventh NFL season after playing for Arizona (2003-04), Houston (2002) and St. Louis (1999-2001). In 63 career regular-season games, Spikes has posted 30 starts.

He played all 16 games for Arizona in 2004, starting eight contests at right guard and one game at left guard. Spikes started all 16 games at left guard for the Cardinals in 2003 after joining the team as an unrestricted free agent from the Texans.

Selected by St. Louis in the fifth round (145th overall) of the 1999 NFL Draft, Spikes was used as a reserve during his first three seasons with the Rams. He recorded his first career start with Houston in 2002, starting the final five games at left guard in the Texans' inaugural campaign.

Spikes was an honorable mention All-American as a senior at Texas A&M, where he was a three-year starter at both left guard and right tackle. An All-Texas defensive lineman at Bryan High School in Bryan, Texas, Cameron Spikes was born Nov. 6, 1976, in Madisonville, Texas.

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