The Denver Broncos added right tackle Mike McGlinchey and left guard Ben Powers, who agreed to massive deals Monday, multiple outlets reported.
McGlinchey and the Broncos agreed to a five-year deal worth $87.5 million, including more than $50 million guaranteed, per NFL Network.
The Denver Post and ESPN reported Powers would get a four-year deal worth $52 million, including $28.5 million guaranteed.
Both deals become official Wednesday, the first day of the new league year.
New head coach Sean Payton and general manager George Paton identified offensive line upgrades as one of the team’s priorities when discussing how to improve the Broncos in 2023.
McGlinchey, 28, started all 69 games he played in with the San Francisco 49ers the past five seasons. The Niners selected him No. 9 overall in the 2018 draft out of Notre Dame.
Powers, a left guard with the Ravens, will replace Broncos free agent Dalton Risner. In the event Risner returns or Denver finds a preferred left guard, Powers also started at right guard during his second season in Baltimore.
Powers was a fourth-round pick out of Oklahoma in 2019.
Backup quarterback Jarrett Stidham also agreed to terms with the Broncos. He’ll reportedly ink a two-year, $10 million deal to back up Russell Wilson in Denver after playing for the New England Patriots and Las Vegas Raiders.
New England drafted Stidham in the fourth round of the 2019 draft. He has 77 completions in 131 attempts with six touchdowns and seven interceptions in his career.
–Field Level Media