David Bruton Jr. RUMORS & NEWS

  • Redskins Sign David Bruton

    Hogs Haven "The Washington Redskins signed FA S David Bruton Tuesday in an effort to reconstruct their secondary, add depth at the safety position, and shore up special teams units. Bruton (28, 6'2", 217 lbs.) has spent his entire NFL career with the Denver Broncos after being drafted in the fourth round..." March 16

  • Redskins sign safety David Bruton to reported 3-year, $9M contract

    The Score "The Washington Redskins signed safety David Bruton on Tuesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Bruton signed a three-year, $9-million contract, a source told FOX Sports' Mike Garafolo. Moreover, Bruton's deal reportedly includes $1.5 million in incentives. Bruton recorded 49..." March 15

  • Broncos place David Bruton on season-ending IR

    The Score "The Denver Broncos placed safety David Bruton on season-ending injured reserve Tuesday due to a fractured right fibula. Bruton suffered the injury after colliding with teammate Aqib Talib during the first half of Sunday's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. "I couldn't step. I couldn't..." December 22

  • Broncos lose David Bruton to fractured right fibula

    NBC News 9 Colorado "An MRI examination Monday morning determined Denver Broncos safety David Bruton Jr. had suffered a fractured right fibula during the game Sunday at Pittsburgh. Bruton said after the game he suffered the injury after colliding with teammate Aqib Talib in the first quarter. Bruton played 77 of..." December 21

  • Broncos' David Bruton having special year playing special teams

    Denver Post "To Jeff Rodgers a roster is a puzzle. The Broncos' special-teams coordinator tinkers tweaks. He looks at the list of heights weights and positions not as classifications but as possibilities. To Rodgers Joel Dreessen isn't a tight end. He's 6-foot-4 and 245 pounds of mass agile enough strong..." October 18

  • David Bruton getting long look at safety while Quentin Jammer observes

    Denver Post "Perhaps more than any other during his five seasons with the Broncos, David Bruton is getting a serious look at starting safety. “I appreciate it but I don’t take things for granted,’’ said Bruton, a special teamer by trader. “I feel like I at least earned a chance to go out there and roll with..." June 06