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Stewart Bradley
LB #55
Height:
6-4
Weight:
258
College:
Nebraska
Experience:
7
Defensive
YearTeamGTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntTDsYdsAvgLng
TOTAL 76 228 179 49 3 0 14 3 0 30 -- 17
2012 ARI 16 11 9 2 0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2011 ARI 16 31 21 10 0 -- 1 -- -- -- -- --
2010 PHI 12 60 49 11 1 -- 6 1 0 0 -- 0
2008 PHI 16 108 86 22 1 -- 6 1 0 17 17 17
2007 PHI 16 18 14 4 1 -- 1 1 0 13 13 13

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BRADLEY AT A GLANCE:

• A seventh-year linebacker who started 30-of-76 regular-season games and three playoff contests during his first six NFL seasons with Philadelphia (2007-10) and Arizona (2011-12).
• Saw action in all 32 possible games for the Cardinals the last two seasons as a reserve linebacker and a key special-teams contributor.
• Named to Peter King's (SI.com) All-Pro Team at middle linebacker in 2008 after opening all 16 games for the Eagles and leading the team with a career-high 151 tackles (88 solo).
• Appeared in every game as a rookie with Philadelphia in 2007 and finished second on the club with a personal-best 17 special-teams tackles.
• Started 29-of-43 career games at the University of Nebraska and totaled 175 tackles, 25 tackles for a loss, four sacks, three forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and an interception for the Cornhuskers.
• Joined the Broncos as a free agent on March 14, 2013.
• Selected by Philadelphia in the third round (87th overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft.

BRADLEY AT A GLANCE:

• A seventh-year linebacker who started 30-of-76 regular-season games and three playoff contests during his first six NFL seasons with Philadelphia (2007-10) and Arizona (2011-12).
• Saw action in all 32 possible games for the Cardinals the last two seasons as a reserve linebacker and a key special-teams contributor.
• Named to Peter King's (SI.com) All-Pro Team at middle linebacker in 2008 after opening all 16 games for the Eagles and leading the team with a career-high 151 tackles (88 solo).
• Appeared in every game as a rookie with Philadelphia in 2007 and finished second on the club with a personal-best 17 special-teams tackles.
• Started 29-of-43 career games at the University of Nebraska and totaled 175 tackles, 25 tackles for a loss, four sacks, three forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and an interception for the Cornhuskers.
• Joined the Broncos as a free agent on March 14, 2013.
• Selected by Philadelphia in the third round (87th overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Philadelphia as a draft choice 5/24/07; Placed on injured reserve 9/1/09; Signed by Arizona as an unrestricted free agent 7/29/11; Released by Arizona 3/1/13; Signed by Denver 3/13/13.

Bradley’s Single-Game Highs
(Postseason in parentheses)
Tackles — 17 at Cincinnati, 11/16/08 (9, twice, last at Arizona, 1/18/09) Sacks — 1, three times, last vs. Atlanta, 10/17/10 (none). Sack yards —8, twice, last vs. Atlanta, 10/17/10 (none). Interceptions — 1, twice, last vs. Cleveland, 12/15/08 (none). Interception return yards — 1, twice, last vs. Cleveland, 12/15/08 (none).

2012: Bradley played all 16 games for the fourth time in his career and totaled nine defensive tackles to go along with six special-teams stops.


2011: Bradley appeared in all 16 games (1 start) in his first year with the Cardinals and registered 22 tackles (17 solo) on defense in addition to 11 tackles on special teams.


2010: Bradley opened all 12 games played for Philadelphia and ranked second on the team with 88 tackles (55 solo) to go along with one sack (8 yds.), one interception (0 yds.) and six passes defensed...Dislocated his elbow at Dal. (12/19) and missed the Eagles' final three regular-season games as well as their NFC Wild Card Playoff game vs. G.B. (1/9).


2009: Bradley missed the entire season after being placed on injured reserve (knee) on Sept. 1.


2008: Bradley started all 16 games for Philadelphia and was named to Peter King's (SI.com) All-Pro Team after notching a career-best 151 tackles (88 solo), one sack (6 yds.), one interception (17 yds.), six passes defensed and one fumble recovery...Added 26 defensive stops (17 solo) and one pass defensed in three postseason starts...Totaled at least 10 tackles in seven games, including a career-high 17 tackles (9 solo) at Cin. (11/16).

2007: Selected by Philadelphia in the third round (87th overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft, Bradley saw action in all 16 games (1 start) as a rookie and recorded 20 tackles (12 solo), one sack (8 yds.), one interception (13 yds.) and one pass defensed in addition to finishing second on the Eagles with a personal-best 17 special-teams stops...Made his first career start at N.O. (12/23) and totaled 10 tackles (7 solo), one sack (8 yds.) and one interception (13 yds.).

COLLEGE: Bradley was a three-year starter at the University of Nebraska, opening 29-of-43 career games and contributing 175 tackles, 25 tackles for a loss, four sacks, three forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and an interception...Led the Cornhuskers with 76 tackles as a senior in 2006.

PERSONAL: Bradley played just one season of prep football at Highland High School in Salt Lake City due to injuries but managed to help his team to a state runner-up finish as a junior defensive back, quarterback and returner...Started as a wing on Highland's rugby team that won three consecutive national championships...Earned his degree in Accounting and Finance and was a two-time Big 12 Conference Academic Honor Roll selection...Stewart Bradley was born on Nov. 2, 1983, in Salt Lake City.

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