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Tagged: Bradley Chubb (5 Results)


Broncos linebacker Ray gradually returning to action

Denver linebacker SHANE RAY decided to rehab his injured wrist instead of having a fourth surgery and the Broncos are planning for him to gradually return to action. Ray is aMore former first-round pick in 2015 but his days in Denver may be nearing an end with the Broncos declining his fifth-year option and drafting outside linebacker BRADLEY CHUBB with the fifth overall pick in April’s draft. Less



Rookie linebacker Chubb draws high praise

Denver cornerback CHRIS HARRIS JR. said recently that rookie linebacker BRADLEY CHUBB, the fifth-overall pick in the draft, looks like a young KHALIL MACK. If he is anywhere on the levelMore of Mack, the Broncos could have one of the most fearsome duos in the NFL with Chubb and fellow linebacker VON MILLER. Less

Source: Team Blog

Factoid: Broncos pass rush

The Broncos have had a strong pass rush for years -- ever since drafting Von Miller back in 2011, in fact. They ranked in the top-10 in sacks in five of the next six seasons, with at least 40 in all of them (Minnesota was the only other team to manage that).   more »

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Broncos shift focus to offense on second day of NFL Draft

After selecting dominant pass-rusher BRADLEY CHUBB in the first round, the Denver Broncos added wide receiver COURTLAND SUTTON in the second round and running back ROYCE FREEMAN in the third round.More Sutton gives new starting quarterback CASE KEENUM a dangerous young target while Freeman could immediately fill the hole left after C.J. ANDERSON was released earlier this month. Less

Source: Denver Post


With the fourth pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns…

Draft a second quarterback? Draft SAQUON BARKLEY or BRADLEY CHUBB? Or perhaps they trade the pick. The Browns have reportedly engaged in “a lot of conversations” about the No. 4 pick.More With the Denver Broncos possibly considering a signal-caller with the No. 5 pick, quarterback-needy teams like Buffalo, Miami, and Arizona could be interested in movin' on up. Less


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