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Broncos acquire Gino Gradkowski from Ravens


Take a look at new Broncos center Gino Gradkowski from his NFL experience with the Ravens.

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. --** The Broncos have acquired center/guard Gino Gradkowski from the Baltimore Ravens in a trade involving 2016 draft pick considerations.

Gradkowski, a fourth-round selection by the Ravens in the 2012 NFL Draft, is entering his fourth NFL season. He started at center for all 16 games in his second NFL season. During the 2013 season when he started every game, Gradkowski helped the line support quarterback Joe Flacco reach career marks in passing attempts, completions and passing yards.

As a rookie, Gradkowski saw game action in every game during his 2012 season in which the Ravens won Super Bowl XLVII.

The lineman played for the Delaware Blue Hens in college, earning first-team American Football Coaches Association honors in 2011. He started 37 games over the course of three seasons for the Blue Hens after transferring from West Virginia University. He played center and guard for Delaware.

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