Data Scout Notes: 2013: (+) Coming off Dec 2013 Knee INJ/Missed Bowl Game...1stC/1stM...08-21-13 - Misdemeanor disorderly conduct charges dropped/Suspended for opening game/07-22-13 - Off-field incident...PWCamp/PThorpe/PNagurski/PBednarik/PLott/DS#1PSTeamProspect-DBrugler/TSX-PTW...2012: 1stC/WCamp2nd/AP2nd/1stM
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10/13/14 - CB Bradley Roby returned to the slot the last two games after working outside against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 3. Roby had his best all-around game Sunday: three tackles, two passes defensed and a sack of Jets quarterback Geno Smith.
09/17/14 - CB Bradley Roby has cemented his role as the Broncos' third cornerback ahead of Kayvon Webster, who returned to the field in Week 2 but saw only spot action. Roby has been aggressive and has shown good anticipation, particularly in run support.
09/07/14 - CB Bradley Roby, a first-round pick this year, passed his first major test. He showed signs of being a defensive playmaker in the clutch, breaking up Andrew Luck's fourth-down pass intended for wide receiver Reggie Wayne in the game's final moments. Coach John Fox said, "No doubt that was a big spot. I like the way the young man has improved really since he's gotten here." Roby finished with seven tackles and three passes defensed.
05/12/14 - Buckeye CB Roby slips to Broncos at No. 31...For 2014, Roby projects as an outside cornerback in the nickel package. Elway said that Harris is the team's starting right cornerback. But in the past two years, when Harris has started, he has moved inside to play slot cornerback on nickel downs. "We'll play it by ear and see how Chris comes around," Elway said. "I think he's got the ability to play inside and outside, but we'll go into camp (with Roby) on the outside." Roby's consistency came into question last year, but his physicality and aggressiveness were beyond what is typical for a 5-foot-11, 194-pounder, and fits in the Broncos' offseason overhaul of their defense, which has placed speed and aggression as the top priorities. That led to their signings of Talib, safety T.J. Ward, defensive end DeMarcus Ware and Thursday's selection of Roby, who clocked a 4.39 40 at the Scouting Combine. "He's got all the measurables, and he's got the mentality. He'll stick his nose in there in the run game, and tackle," Elway said. "With the mentality that we're putting together on defense, he's going to fit in very well with that." The Broncos considered trading up or down, but opted to stand pat. Elway said the "price was too high to move up," and that chances to move out of the first round dried up as the Broncos' pick drew closer. "Teams said, 'No, we think we can still get our guy where we are,' because it pushed some people down to where they were," Elway said. - The Sports Xchange
05/12/14 - Buckeye CB Roby slips to Broncos at No. 31...A cornerback of Bradley Roby's measurables and skill set is not typically going to be available with the No. 31 overall pick. Yet that is where the Denver Broncos selected the Ohio State defensive back in the NFL Draft Thursday. Roby slipped that low because of the issues that surrounded him. There was an April 20 arrest for operating a vehicle while impaired, which stemmed from police finding him in a parked car and smelling alcohol. He was also charged with disorderly conduct last July for an incident that involved a bar fight, but that charge was dismissed.
In a deep draft where hundredths of a second separate first- from second-rounders, these issues were enough to move the Buckeye defender down the board to where the Broncos could stand pat and take him with the next-to-last selection of the first round. "Those were all weighed in," said general manager John Elway. "He's a young guy that has made some mistakes. Obviously we expect those things not to happen when he comes here, and we believe that we've got a tremendous locker room, so I think he'll get a lot of guidance there." "We thought he was a top-15 talent," Elway added. "If he hadn't had the couple of issues, there's no way he would have been there at 31." In the short term, he can look to fourth-year veteran Chris Harris Jr. as a high-character example that he can follow. But Roby will also be an insurance policy in case Harris' recovery from a partial ACL tear does not go as expected. Harris also has a contract that expires after the 2014 season, so Roby could factor into the Broncos' long-term plans for the position, as well. - The Sports Xchange