DENVER -- The Denver Broncos continued bolstering their offensive line on Thursday when they agreed to a five-year contract with former Seattle Seahawks tackle Russell Okung.
Selected by Seattle with the sixth pick in the 2010 draft out of Oklahoma State, Okung started 72 regular-season games and a dozen playoff contests for the Seahawks over the last six seasons. He was a Pro Bowler in 2012.
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Okung's 20 sacks allowed in his career rank as the fewest in the league among tackles who have started at least half of their team's games in each season since 2010.