The Denver Broncos announced Monday that they’ve agreed to term with K Brandon McManus on a new four-year contract.
- Ian Rapoport reports that McManus’ new deal is a three-year extension worth $11.254M and includes $6M guaranteed.
We've agreed to terms with Brandon McManus on a new four-year deal. Brandon's made a lot of big kicks & is an important weapon for our team! pic.twitter.com/dgPq6QYhF0
— John Elway (@johnelway) September 11, 2017
McManus, 26, originally signed on with the Colts back in 2013. He lasted just a few months with the Colts before he caught on with the Giants at the end of the 2014 season.
New York later traded McManus to the Broncos for a 2015 conditional seventh-round pick that ultimately became Tre McBride. After a decent preseason, the Broncos cut veteran Matt Prater and kept McManus.
McManus returned to the Broncos this past July on a one-year, restricted tender worth $2.746 million.
In 2016, McManus appeared in all 16 games for the Broncos and converted 29 of 34 field goal attempts (85.3 percent) to go along with 32 of 33 extra point tries (97 percent).