Nate Irving RUMORS & NEWS

  • Colts’ Nate Irving looks to fit in as run stopper

    Indianapolis Star "The first order of business for Nate Irving is cut and dried: Get healthy. The Colts inside linebacker, signed during the offseason as a free agent from the Denver Broncos, is in the very last stages of recovery from a knee surgery that followed an injury he suffered last season. But once..." August 08

  • Report: Nate Irving Visiting the Colts

    Stampede Blue "According to ESPN's Josina Anderson, former Broncos inside linebacker Nate Irving is visiting the Colts today. While the Colts didn't have Vince Wilfork in for a visit and instead he signed with the Houston Texans, they are having another defensive player in for a visit today, according to..." March 16

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    Jeff Legwold @Jeff_Legwold

    Nate Irving headed to injured reserve for #Broncos (knee), Todd Davis -- rookie LB -- claimed on waivers.

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    Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

    Initial diagnosis is that Broncos MLB Nate Irving has a sprained MCL that is not considered season ending, but more testing ahead.

  • Nate Irving is the Denver Broncos' starting middle linebacker for now

    Denver Post "Nate Irving. Exhale, Nate. The Broncos have tried to pick up a starting middle linebacker. Oh, how they have tried. But free agent D'Qwell Jackson signed with the Colts and Jon Beason re-signed with the Giants. Then, in the draft, the Broncos were unable to trade up to the middle of the first..." May 12

  • Nate Irving eager to contribute in place of injured Von Miller

    Denver Post "When he played, Von Miller could have been lined up as a linebacker or as a defensive end. He might have rushed the passer from the right side or left side, or stunted from the middle. He might have faked a pass rush and dropped into coverage or started back in coverage and came in on a..." December 28

  • Nate Irving to get "first crack" at Broncos' spot at middle linebacker

    Denver Post "About the only time the Broncos defense played as if it didn't belong on the same field as the opposing defense last season was Week 5 at New England. Utilizing what Denver defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio referred to as the "NASCAR approach," Patriots quarterback Tom Brady engineered a..." May 22