Bryce Callahan's 2020 season highlights
Watch highlights of cornerback Bryce Callahan's impressive 2020 season.
Callahan: Defense could have been better on third downs
Despite his own stellar play, Bryce Callahan was frustrated with the defense's performance against Las Vegas, as the Raiders rushed for more than 200 yards on Sunday.
Gif of Gab: Reacting to Phillip Lindsay's touchdown and more
Let's break down the Broncos' comeback victory over the Chargers the best way we can — with gifs.
#LACvsDEN: Bryce Callahan's heroic interception in the end zone
Cornerback Bryce Callahan picks off Justin Herbert in the end zone for his second interception of the season.
#KCvsDEN: Alexander Johnson forces fumble, Bryce Callahan recovers
Alexander Johnson forces a fumble on Nick Keizer. Bryce Callahan recovers it at the Kansas City 37-yard line.
#DENvsNE: Callahan's first interception as a Bronco
Turnovers come in bunches. The Broncos' defense forced turnovers on back-to-back Patriots possessions when Bryce Callahan caught a tipped Cam Newton pass.
#TBvsDEN: CB Bryce Callahan
Cornerback Bryce Callahan meets with the media to discuss the morale in the locker room, his impressions of Michael Ojemudia and Essang Bassey and more.
Callahan: 'I'm 100 percent. … I put the foot behind me'
Cornerback Bryce Callahan meets with the media to discuss his past injuries, the chemistry in the secondary and more.
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CALLAHAN AT A GLANCE:
- A sixth-year cornerback who signed with the Broncos as an unrestricted free agent in 2019 after playing 45 games (29 starts) during his first four NFL seasons with Chicago (2015-18).
- Did not play in 2019 due to injury (foot) and ended the season on injured reserve.
- Totaled 122 tackles (109 solo), four sacks (24 yds.), four interceptions (85 yds.), 20 passes defensed and one forced fumble during his career.
- Played 13 games (10 starts) for Chicago in 2018 and posted a career-best 45 tackles (39 solo) to go along with two sacks (12 yds.), two interceptions (12 yds.) and six passes defensed.
- Registered 143 tackles (114 solo), 13 interceptions, 45 passes defensed, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery during his collegiate career with Rice University (2010-14).
- Entered the NFL as a college free agent with Chicago on May 2, 2015.
- Signed by the Broncos as an unrestricted free agent (Chicago) on March 16, 2019.
Mile High Morning: Three Broncos earn All-Pro selections from Pro Football Focus
"Callahan hasn't played since Week 12, but what we saw from him was so impressive that he makes it as the flex defender despite that missed time," Sam Monson wrote.
Injury Report: Vic Fangio 'not optimistic' that Von Miller will play in 2020
Fangio also provided updates on Bradley Chubb, Brandon McManus and Bryce Callahan.
Mile High Morning: Four Broncos make Pro Football Focus' Pro Bowl roster
"The transformation in Garett Bolles has been impressive to watch," Monson wrote.
Injury Report: Phillip Lindsay, Malik Reed among players to return to practice
Head Coach Vic Fangio detailed when Bryce Callahan could return to the field.
Bryce Callahan nominated for 2020 Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award
The award, which was created in 2014, recognizes players who show great sportsmanship on the field.
Broncos claim S Will Parks off waivers, place CB Bryce Callahan on IR, activate DE Shelby Harris from Reserve/COVID-19 list
Parks spent the first four seasons of his career in Denver.
Bryce Callahan to 'miss some time' with foot injury
Plus, Head Coach Vic Fangio discusses when the team's quarterbacks can return to UCHealth Training Center and the play of Elijah Wilkinson and A.J. Bouye.
Fangio provides update on Phillip Lindsay, Bryce Callahan after injuries in #NOvsDEN
Lindsay had been the team's leading rusher on Sunday before leaving the game.
Injury Report: Jerry Jeudy among six Broncos questionable for #NOvsDEN
Safety Trey Marshall has been ruled out.
Injury Report: Jerry Jeudy misses Thursday practice ahead of #NOvsDEN
Three Broncos, meanwhile, returned to practice on Thursday.
Injury Report: Bryce Callahan, Graham Glasgow among players to miss Wednesday's practice
Jerry Jeudy was among the players who were limited.
Drew Lock active for #MIAvsDEN
Five of the six Broncos who were listed as questionable are active for Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
Injury Report: Drew Lock questionable for #MIAvsDEN as Broncos continue to evaluate Lock's health
The Broncos listed six total players as questionable for Week 11.
Mile High Morning: Vic Fangio shares his Pro Bowl picks from the Broncos' roster
Fangio named three players on offense, seven on defense and one special teamer that he thought were most deserving of the honor.
Jerry Jeudy, Bryce Callahan active for #DENvsLV
The Broncos will be without Jake Rodgers at right tackle, but Demar Dotson is also active.
Injury Report: Jerry Jeudy among five Broncos questionable for #DENvsLV
Joe Jones, meanwhile, was ruled out of Sunday's game against the Raiders.
Mile High Morning: Three Broncos make Pro Football Focus' 2020 Midseason All-Pro Team
"Callahan has yet to surrender a touchdown in coverage," Sam Monson writes.
Injury Report: Broncos' right tackle position uncertain as #DENvsLV approaches
Denver did see a pair of players return to practice Thursday as Jerry Jeudy practiced on a limited basis and Justin Simmons was a full participant.
Injury Report: Jerry Jeudy among three Broncos starters to miss Wednesday's practice
A.J. Bouye, Bryce Callahan and Noah Fant were among the players to practice on a limited basis.
Mile High Morning: Pro Football Focus' top-graded Broncos at midseason
These are the top five players on offense and defense for the Broncos, as rated by PFF.
Injury Report: TE Albert Okwuegbunam ruled out for season with ACL injury
Head Coach Vic Fangio also provided updates on starters Noah Fant, A.J. Bouye, Bryce Callahan, Demar Dotson, Shelby Harris and Graham Glasgow.
Injury Report: A.J. Bouye ruled out for #DENvsATL
Denver's game statuses are subject to be updated when the Broncos conclude their Friday practice.
Injury Report: Phillip Lindsay, Bryce Callahan return to practice, expected to play in #DENvsATL
The Broncos, though, may be without defensive lineman Shelby Harris, who was placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list on Wednesday.
Injury Report: Broncos estimate Phillip Lindsay, four other players would have missed Wednesday's practice
The Broncos also listed five players as limited participants.