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DAVID BRUTON RUMORS & GOSSIP

David Bruton: When I’m done, No. 30 deserves to be retired

  The stars have been out at Denver Broncos training camp. As camp continues, one thing’s held true: the sidelines have been full of former players showing up to watch the team practice. On Tuesday, Brandon Stokley, Chris Kuper and Joel Dreessen were there. Thursday brought March Schlereth out to Dove Valley. On Saturday, it was Terrell Davis, as part of the NFL Network crew who...
Via BSN Denver
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Register, donate to Bruton’s Books and ride with Denver Broncos safety

  Football players are more than fun-loving freaks of nature, some are generous with their time, money and presence. For Denver Broncos safety David Bruton Jr., the competition for a starting safety position is just about to heat up, as training camp kicks off Friday, July 31 at 10 a.m. But, Bruton’s found time to give back to local youth through his Bruton’s Book’s Foundation...
Via BSN Denver
July 24, 2015  |  Discuss

One-on-one with David Burton

Broncos Safety David Bruton Jr. is one of the most cerebral players in The NFL. Hall of famer Rod Woodson said he knows the defense as well as any coach. He’s a special teams demon who just wants a fair shot to start in the Broncos secondary. He also has a love of books and learning that you’ll hear about as well as a new hobby that has quickly become a passion. Listen here....
Via Mile High Sports
July 03, 2015  |  Discuss

David Bruton says snowboarding, biking and off-roading make him less tentative on the field

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY SportsDenver Broncos safety David Bruton, a Miamisburg, Ohio, native, has embraced the Colorado lifestyle, which has helped his game on the field. In the winter, Bruton loves to snowboard.  During the summer, he loves to get on his motorcycle, road and mountain bike, and go off-roading in his Jeep Rubicon, a.k.a. the ‘Bruticon.’ “I feel like I...
Via Sports-Glory
June 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Denver Broncos safety competition a two man race, for now

  DENVER, Colo – Who will start at Free safety for the Broncos? That’s the $750,000 question. That’s the difference in salary this season for the two players currently vying to start at free safety, newly acquired, Darian Stewart and long-time Special Teams ace, David Bruton. Stewart signed a two-year deal worth $4.5 million after spending last season in Baltimore. This year...
Via BSN Denver
May 20, 2015  |  Discuss

David Bruton Jr. aims to win a starting safety job in '15

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) David Bruton Jr. watched the Denver Broncos sign free agent Darian Stewart after Rahim Moore bolted to the Texans. He's heard all the chatter about them moving Bradley Roby or Kayvon Webster over from cornerback. All this offseason scheming and speculation has left the seventh-year pro and special teams ace asking, ''What about me?'' Bruton aims to earn a starting...
Via AP on Fox
April 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Crucial players returning for the Broncos after bye

Health is a constant concern for every NFL team throughout the season and undoubtedly the bye week is when banged up players can rest and injured players can heal. That is just what the Denver Broncos emphasized in their week four bye. Sunday the Broncos play the undefeated Arizona Cardinals and after three tough battles to start the season three players in particular where forced...
Via Mile High Sports
September 30, 2014  |  Discuss

From substitute teacher to the Super Bowl in three years

Sunday, 26-year-old David Bruton will play in his first Super Bowl. Less than three years ago, he was teaching second-graders.  The Denver Broncos safety was a substitute teacher during the NFL lockout in 2011, working primarily at an elementary school but also at Miamisburg High School in his hometown of Miamisburgh, Ohio.  "The teachers have a game plan laid out for you...
Via This Given Sunday
January 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Noting Ohio's ties to Super Bowl squads

Super Bowl XLVIII is going to be the first since 2007 without a participant from Ohio State, but the Buckeye State has a few ties to the big game. The Broncos roster includes safety David Bruton from Miamisburg who went to Notre Dame, center Steve Vallos from Boardman who played at Wake Forest, and backup quarterback Zac Dysert is an Ada native who went to Miami University. Also...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
January 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Broncos sign safety Michael Huff, put Rahim Moore on IR

The Denver Broncos announced Tuesday that safety Rahim Moore has been placed on injured reserve with a designation to return. Moore must miss six weeks of practice and eight weeks of games before he is eligible to return to the active roster.  The earliest he can return to practice is Dec. 31, and will be able to play in the AFC Championship Game, if the Broncos reach it. ...
Via Sports-Glory
November 19, 2013  |  Discuss
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