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Bradley Chubb

Bradley Chubb Fantasy

Height / Weight
6'4" / 275 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
June 24, 1996 (24)
3rd Season
2018 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 5 (DEN)
North Carolina State

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Bradley Chubb News

Bradley Chubb, Bryce Callahan Ready To Go

Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Ed Donatell said that both defensive end Bradley Chubb (knee) and cornerback Bryce Callahan (foot) are ready to go. Chubb missed 12 games in his sophomore season due to an ACL tear, and Callahan didn't play at all in 2019 due to complications from foot surgery. Both Chubb and Callahan are running at full speed. Chubb had 12 sacks in his rookie season in 2018 and should be a pass-rushing force on the defensive line with Von Miller if he stays healthy this season. Callahan should help make up for the loss of Chris Harris Jr. in free agency. Denver's defense was quietly good last year even with Chubb hurt most of the year, and they could be a nice value pick as a low-end fantasy defensive unit in 2020.

Jun. 14th • 12:08 PM
Bradley Chubb Hopes To Be Full Speed For Training Camp

Denver Broncos defensive end Bradley Chubb (knee), who has been rehabbing at the team's facilities during the coronavirus pandemic, said he hopes to be full speed with no restrictions whenever the Broncos are allowed to return to on-field workouts. "Trying to find all the small things I can do to make sure I'm 100%. Right now, I'm feeling good, doing a lot of different things, cutting wise, getting back into like position work," Chubb said. The soon-to-be 24-year-old tore the ACL in his knee in Week 4 last year, but his return could make Denver's defensive line one of the more feared units in the league. Chubb had 12 sacks in his rookie season and is an excellent complement to Von Miller on the other side of the Broncos D-line.

Jun. 10th • 1:39 PM
Bradley Chubb Will Be Ready For Training Camp

Denver Broncos defensive end Bradley Chubb (knee) will not take part in organized team activities this spring, but he will be ready for training camp. Chubb, the fifth overall pick in 2018, is recovering from a torn ACL that cost him 12 games in his sophomore season. The 23-year-old wasted no time doing damage in his rookie season with 60 total tackles and 12 sacks, so he should return to being a force across from Von Miller in 2020 if he avoids the injury bug. Denver's D will likely go undrafted in standard-sized formats this year, but they could easily wind up being owned in the majority of leagues by the end of the year in head coach Vic Fangio's second season.

Feb. 26th • 12:44 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Drew Lock
Brett Rypien
RB Melvin Gordon III
Phillip Lindsay
LWR Jerry Jeudy
DaeSean Hamilton
RWR Tim Patrick
Tyrie Cleveland
SWR K.J. Hamler
Diontae Spencer
TE Noah Fant
Nick Vannett
LT Garett Bolles
Calvin Anderson
LG Dalton Risner
Austin Schlottmann
C Lloyd Cushenberry III
RG Graham Glasgow
Netane Muti
RT Demar Dotson
Elijah Wilkinson
LDE DeMarcus Walker
NT Mike Purcell
McTelvin Agim
RDE DeShawn Williams
Dre'Mont Jones
SLB Jeremiah Attaochu
Anthony Chickillo
LILB Alexander Johnson
Austin Calitro
RILB Josey Jewell
Joe Jones
WLB Bradley Chubb
Malik Reed
LCB A.J. Bouye
Michael Ojemudia
SS Kareem Jackson
P.J. Locke
FS Justin Simmons
Trey Marshall
RCB Bryce Callahan
De'Vante Bausby
K Brandon McManus