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Draft Scout Malcolm Bronson News
08/31/13 - DB Malcolm Bronson was released Saturday by the Kansas City Chiefs.
05/22/13 - The Kansas City Chiefs signed free agent safeties Malcolm Bronson and Quintin Demps and released safety Justin Glenn and cornerback James Rogers.
Demps is a five-year veteran who spent the past three seasons with the Houston Texans. He was originally a fourth-round pick by the Philadelphia Eagles in 2008. He has played in 48 career NFL games, recording 61 tackles and three interceptions.
Bronson went undrafted out of McNeese State, where he recorded 230 tackles and 10 interceptions in 40 career games. He was the team's MVP in 2011 and was on the 2012 Buck Buchanan watch list.
09/21/12 - McNeese State will be without senior All- America free safety Malcolm Bronson for the remainder of the season due to a knee injury. A university spokesman confirmed Thursday that Bronson was injured in the second half of last week's 35-21 win at Weber State. The senior from Jasper, Texas, has played a key role in helping the Cowboys improve to 3-0. He is considered a 2013 NFL Draft prospect. Bronson was looking to become just the sixth player in Southland Conference history to earn four straight first-team honors. He is a member of The Sports Network's Buck Buchanan Award Watch List for FCS defensive player of the year honors. He also was one of just two Southland players to be named to the inaugural Senior Bowl Watch List. Bronson expects to graduate in December. - The Sports Network
09/20/12 - McNeese State senior all-America free safety Malcolm Bronson will miss the remainder of the season after he suffered a knee injury at Weber State. Bronson, a native of Jasper, Texas and a highly-touted NFL prospect, suffered the injury in the second half of McNeese’s 35-21 win at Weber State that saw the Cowboys improve to 3-0 on the season. He’s a three-time first team all-Southland Conference selection and was looking to become just the sixth player in league history to garner the award four straight years and joining is uncle, Zack, a former McNeese and San Francisco 49ers standout. Bronson was named a Sports Network preseason all-American and was listed to its Buck Buchanan Award watch list as the best defensive player in FCS football. He was also named to the College Football Performance Awards watch list as the nation’s best defensive back and was one of just two Southland players to be named to the inaugural Senior Bowl watch list. He is on pace to graduate in December. - McNeese State football
09/20/12 - McNeese State officials say free safety Malcolm Bronson, an FCS All-American, will miss the remainder of the season after injuring his knee during the Cowboys' victory at Weber State last weekend. Bronson, a senior from Jasper, Texas, was injured during the second half of McNeese's 35-21 win which improved the Cowboys to 3-0. Bronson has been named all-Southland Conference three times, and could have become only the sixth player in league history to make the all-conference list four straight years, as did his uncle, Zack, a former McNeese and San Francisco 49ers player. Bronson also was named to watch lists for awards honoring the best defensive player and top defensive back at the FCS level, the second tier of NCAA Division I. - AP Sports