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Bradley Added to Linebacker Unit

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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- The Broncos stayed active on day two of the 2013 free agency period, agreeing to terms with linebacker Stewart Bradley on a one-year deal Wednesday afternoon.

Bradley spent the past two seasons with the Arizona Cardinals, playing in all 16 games during both campaigns. His contributions came mostly on special teams as a backup linebacker.

On Twitter, Executive Vice President of Football Operations John Elway called Bradley a "solid addition who adds competition to our linebacker unit."

Prior to his stint in Arizona, Bradley spent four seasons with the team that drafted him in the third round of the 2007 NFL Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles. He played in all 16 games as a rookie before graduating to full-time starter in 2008, when he paced the team in tackles for loss.

He missed the 2009 campaign due to a knee injury that put him on injured reserve, but jumped back into a starting role in 2010 and ranked second on the team with 88 tackles.

For his career, Bradley has notched 228 tackles, three sacks, 14 passes defensed, three interceptions and a forced fumble, according to press box statistics.

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