According to a Tuesday evening report from Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the Denver Broncos have found a replacement for starting right tackle Ja’Wuan James, who previously elected to opt out of the upcoming 2020-21 campaign. With James officially out for the year for the Broncos, Denver has reportedly agreed to sign fellow right tackle Demar Dotson.

However, the financial terms surrounding this pact and length of the deal have yet to be reported while it is presumably a one-year deal for Dotson as the aforementioned James will ultimately return to the Broncos.

This is a crucially important move for the Broncos, a team looking to compete with the best teams in the AFC in 2020-21.