Broncos ink backup quarterback for Cutler

The Denver Broncos continue to make noise in the Free Agency market, signing former New York Jets backup quarterback Patrick Ramsey to a two-year deal.

The Denver Broncos quest to find a backup for quarterback Jay Cutler has come to an end. Broncos Update.com has confirmed that the team has signed former Jets backup Patrick Ramsey to a two-year, $4.5 million deal.

Ramsey, who came close to signing a deal in Houston before coming to terms with Denver, spent the majority of last season behind Jets starter Chad Pennington before he fell to the number three slot behind rookie Kellen Clemens.

Initially drafted by Washington in 2002, Ramsey spent his first four seasons with the Redskins, playing in 33 games, starting 24. During that time he threw for 5,649 yards with 34 touchdowns with 29 interceptions.

In his five NFL seasons, Ramsey has compiled a 74.9 quarterback rating.



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