As one player after another has dropped off the board in free agency, fans have been left to wonder what’s going on at Dove Valley. On Saturday afternoon, John Elway and Co. finally made a move to bolster things on the front end of their defensive line.

The Broncos have agreed to terms with two interior linemen in Domata Peko and Zach Kerr, as originally reported by Mike Klis of 9 News.

Peko, formerly of the Cincinnati Bengals, will be heading into his 12th season in the NFL in 2017. He has started all 16 games in 10 of those 11 seasons and had been effective in just about all of them. With that being said, the 32-year-old had his worst season last year on a struggling Bengals squad, tallying just 37 tackles and zero sacks. Pro Football Focus ranked Peko as the 104th interior defender in the NFL on the season.

Peko will join cousin Kyle on the Broncos.

Unfortunately for those hoping for big-name signings, Kerr did not play much better last season. He ranked just one spot ahead of Peko on the interior with a 42.9 grade according to PFF (Peko 42.6). He tallied 2.5 sacks on the season as well as 19 tackles. The 26-year-old has the ability to play nose tackle and defensive end in the Broncos 3-4 scheme. He has no relatives on the Broncos, nor is he related to Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr.

Both players signed two-year deals with the team.

Ryan Koenigsberg

In 2012, at the age of 20, Ryan became a credentialed reporter covering University of Colorado Athletics. . . despite wearing a wolf-tee to his interview.
A native of Boulder and a graduate of the university, he attended his 100th-consecutive Colorado Football home game in 2015.
Later in 2015, Ryan began spearheading the Broncos coverage here at BSN Denver, riding that wave all the way to San Francisco, where he covered his first Super Bowl.
Now 24, it seems ‘RK’ is trying to make up for that whole wolf-tee thing by overdressing at every event. He apologizes in advance for any cringe-worthy puns.