Broncos snatch Meadows By By Jeff Legwold, Rocky Mountain News July 29, 2006 The Broncos agreed to terms with veteran offensive lineman Adam Meadows Saturday, bolstering their depth up front. Meadows, 32, was recently re-instated by the NFL and was a free agent after the Carolina Panthers surrendered his rights. Meadows suddenly retired two weeks into Panthers' training camp in '04 because of shoulder injuries. Several teams had expressed interest in Meadows, but he quickly agreed to terms with the Broncos after working out at the team's Dove Valley complex Saturday. Meadows played seven seasons with the Indianapolis Colts, including six as a starter, before signing in Carolina after the '03 season. Meadows had shoulder surgery in 1999 and 2003, but the Broncos believed he was in good enough shape to bring into camp.