It appears that Champ Bailey isn't going anywhere.
Broncos executive VP of football operations John Elway announced via Twitter on Monday that the team has come to terms on a four-year deal with the veteran cornerback.
There was uncertainty on whether or not Bailey, 32, would return to the Broncos, but Elway made it clear that re-signing the future Hall of Famer would be a priority.
"Champ is truly one of the NFL's elite players, a 10-time Pro Bowler who is playing at the absolute highest level," Elway tweeted. "The commitment and loyalty that Champ has shown to the Broncos, the city of Denver and this region is exemplary. We're fortunate to have Champ with the Broncos for a long time. This is a GREAT day for our entire organization and our fans."
Bailey has been with the Broncos since 2004, when he was traded to Denver. The future Hall of Famer played in 15 games in 2010, racking up 41 solo tackles and two interceptions.