This is a 2021 photo of Bradley Chubb of the Denver Broncos NFL Football team.

Bradley Chubb

OLB

#55

Experience: 5 years

Height: 6-4

Age: 26

Weight: 275 lbs

College: North Carolina State

2022 SEASON

  • Solo
    4
  • SCK
    3
  • FF
    1
  • INT
    --
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Recent Games

WKOPPRESULTTotalSoloASTSCKSFTYPDEFINTYDSAVGLNGTDSFFOPP FR
1@SeahawksL 16 - 175312001
2TexansW 16 - 90000000
349ersW 11 - 102111000
4@RaidersL 23 - 323030010

Career Stats

Defense Career

SEASONTEAMGGSTotalSoloASTSCKSFTYPDEFINTYDSAVGLNGTDSFFOPP FR
2018Denver Broncos1616604019120121
2019Denver Broncos44211651011
2020Denver Broncos14144226167.5001
2021Denver Broncos7721912001121212100
2022Denver Broncos4410453011
TOTAL4545154955723.5041212121051

Biography

CHUBB AT A GLANCE:

  • A fifth-year outside linebacker who has started all 41 games played with Denver during his first four NFL seasons, recording 144 tackles (92 solo), 20.5 sacks (140 yds.), one interception (21 yds.), four passes defensed, four forced fumbles, and one fumble recovery.
  • Selected to his first career Pro Bowl in 2020, becoming the third player from the Broncos 2018 draft class (RB Phillip Lindsay & WR Courtland Sutton) to earn Pro Bowl honors.
  • Started all seven games played in 2021, registering 21 tackles (9 solo), one interception (21 yds.) and two passes defensed.
  • Appeared in 14 games (all starts) with the Broncos in 2020, totaling 42 tackles (26 solo) 7.5 sacks (50 yds.) 19 quarterback hits, nine tackles for loss and one fumble recovery.
  • Missed most of the 2019 season after suffering a knee injury in Week 4.
  • Set Denver's rookie sack record in 2018 and recorded the seventh-most quarterback take-downs (12) all-time for a first-year NFL player.
  • Named the NFL's Defensive Rookie of the Month for October 2018 after totaling 16 tackles (12 solo), 5.5 sacks (33 yds.) and five tackles for loss.
  • Finished his career at North Carolina State with school records for tackles for loss (60) and sacks (26), breaking the marks previously held by Mario Williams, the No. 1 pick in the 2006 NFL Draft.
  • Following the 2017 season, received the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, which given to the nation's top defender, and the Ted Hendricks Award, an honor given to the nation's top defensive end.
  • Selected by the Broncos in the first round (fifth overall) of the 2018 NFL Draft.
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