It's safe to say that Chicago Bears fans are happy to pass the Caleb Hanie Experience onto another fanbase, and the lucky winners are the Denver Broncos, who signed the ex-Bear to a two-year deal this afternoon, according to ESPN Chicago.
Filed to ESPNChicago.com: Free agent QB Caleb Hanie agrees to terms on a 2-year deal with Denver Broncos.— Dickerson and Wright (@ESPNChiBears) March 24, 2012
In his six games as a starter last season, Hanie completed only 50% of his passes and threw three touchdowns to nine interceptions. In Denver he'll of course be backing up Peyton Manning, whose health is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, question mark in the NFL heading into the 2012 season.
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