Evan Mathis is signing with Denver. (USATSI)

Evan Mathis finally has a home. The former Eagles lineman has signed with the Broncos, the team announced.

Mathis was released by Philadelphia in June amid a bit of bad-blood feuding between the lineman and Chip Kelly.

Kelly told the media Mathis "has been available for trade for two years and there have been no offers."

Mathis may or may not have responded with this tweet.

Regardless, things weren't pretty between the two sides, with Mathis wanting more money on his contract and the Eagles not interested in giving it to him.

What makes his new deal interesting is Mathis took less than he was going to get with the Eagles. CBS Sports NLF Insider Jason La Canfora reports his new deal with the Broncos is worth $4 million with playing-time incentives built in (and a base salary of $2.5 million).

Additionally, per La Canfora, Mathis turned down a $5.5 million offer from another (unknown) team to play for a contender in Denver.

It's a big addition for a Denver team that's had a bad offseason in terms of the offensive line. Tackle Ryan Clady was lost for the season and Manny Ramirez was traded during the draft.

Mathis is an athletic guard capable of running Gary Kubiak's scheme. Peyton Manning should be pumped just to see the team adding quality bodies in front of him.