Broncos Signing Mike McGlinchey, Ben Powers
The Denver Broncos made a pair of moves to bolster their offensive line by agreeing to deals with San Francisco 49ers tackle Mike McGlinchey and Baltimore Ravens guard Ben Powers on Monday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
McGlinchey agreed to a five-year deal worth $87.5 million with $50 million guaranteed while Powers agreed to a four-year contract worth $52 million, including $28.5 million guaranteed, per the report.
McGlinchey started every game for the 49ers last season and put together a career season, posting the second-best pass block win rate of his career (89.6%) and a career-best 81.3% run block win rate, ranking him 5th among all tackles.
Powers led Baltimore with 1,096 snaps, becoming the only Ravens player to participate in every offensive play and is known for his improvement over the last two seasons, and his discipline as he was flagged once last season.