Broncos Hosting LB Nigel Bradham On Visit

The Broncos are considering an experienced linebacker to add to an injury-ravaged roster. They have scheduled a Nigel Bradham visit, Field Yates of tweets.

Following a brief Saints stay, Bradham has been back in free agency for a month. The eight-year veteran, however, brings more experience as a starter than any of the Broncos’ linebackers. Denver released Todd Davis prior to Week 1.

Bradham, who turned 31 last month, started four seasons with the Eagles. The Broncos have used Alexander Johnson and Josey Jewell as their three-down linebackers. Mark Barron, a late-summer acquisition, has not made his Denver debut. The veteran currently resides on IR.

Bradham has 96 NFL starts to his credit, having operated as a full-time first-stringer in seven of his eight NFL seasons. He has two 100-tackle seasons on his resume and registered 97 in 2018. Last season, he only played in 12 games. The Eagles made Bradham a cap casualty earlier this year, and the Saints released him in late August.

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