Brian Olson, KUSA 5:57 a.m. MDT March 11, 2015Owen Daniels(Photo: Patrick Smith)KUSA – On the first day of NFL free agency, the Denver Broncos signed two tight ends and one linebacker. Two of the players are not new to the team, and the other isn’t new to head coach Gary Kubiak at all.Tight End Owen Daniels has played nine seasons in the NFL, all of them under Gary Kubiak. In 2014, he played for the Baltimore Ravens when Kubiak was the the offensive coordinator, and the previous eight when Kubiak was the Houston Texans’ head coach.”Owen is a two-time Pro-Bowl tight end who’s had a great deal of production throughout his NFL career,” John Elway said in a team release. “He’s a versatile, well-rounded and proven player in this league. Owen has a lot of experience playing for [Head Coach] Gary [Kubiak] and knows this offense. We’re glad he’s going to be a Denver Bronco.”The Broncos also resigned tight end Virgil Green to a three-year contract. Predominantly used as a blocker, Green had his first touchdown catch in the Broncos final regular season game against the Raiders.during a 2015 AFC Divisional Playoff game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on January 11, 2015 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo: Ezra Shaw)”I’m comfortable with Mr. Elway; I’m comfortable with the staff here. So for me, I just came out of playing in a real tough offense and learning a new offense isn’t that big of a deal to me,” Green said. “So at the end of the day, it’s just I feel like this is the right fit for me. I prayed long and hard about it and I asked God to give me some sort of a confirmation and I feel He did that.”Resigning linebacker Steven Johnson was also a priority for the Broncos Tuesday. The team came to terms with Johnson on a one-year contract who has already spent three seasons with the Broncos. “I never really wanted to leave Denver. I was just looking for one more opportunity, just like when I was a rookie coming in with linebackers like D.J. Williams, Joe Mays, Keith Brooking and Wesley Woodyard, and I was able to make the team with guys like that,” Johnson said. DENVER, CO – NOVEMBER 23: Wide receiver Jarvis Landry #14 of the Miami Dolphins is hit by a pair of Denver Broncos, including middle … – Click Here To Visit Article Source