Denver Broncos introduce Bradley Chubb, fifth overall pick in NFL Draft

Posted at 2:14 PM, Apr 27, 2018
and last updated 2018-04-27 16:14:29-04

Denver Broncos GM John Elway is set to introduce 5th overall NFL Draft pick Bradley Chubb to the Colorado media today at 2:30 p.m.

Chubb was a standout at N.C. State as a defensive end.  He’s expected to line up opposite Von Miller to terrorize quarterbacks.

Chubb has been described by draft experts as the best defensive prospect in the draft. Some even think he was better than Myles Garrett, the number one overall pick last year from Cleveland.

He’s a versatile defensive end who can stop the run, pass rush, shoot gaps, block passes and kicks. He proved to be popular with current Broncos defenders.

The 6’4, 275 pound defensive end will be asked to be an impact player right away for the Broncos.

2018 NFL Draft Order

1. Cleveland Browns– Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield

2. New York Giants — Penn. State RB Saquon Barkley

3. New York Jets (via Colts) — USC QB Sam Darnold

4. Cleveland Browns (via Texans)– Ohio State CB Denzel Ward

5. Denver Broncos — N.C. State DE Bradley Chubb

6. Indianapolis Colts (via Jets)– Notre Dame G Quenton Nelson

7. Buffalo Bills (via Tampa Bay)– Wyoming QB Josh Allen

8. Chicago Bears– Georgia OLB Roquan Smith

9. San Francisco 49ers– Notre Dame OT Mike Mcglinchey

10. Arizona Cardinals (via Raiders)– UCLA QB Josh Rosen

11. Miami Dolphins– Alabama S Minkah Fitzpatrick

12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via Bills)– Washington DT Vita Vea

13. Washington Redskins– Alabama DT Da’ron Payne

14. New Orleans Saints (via Packers)– UTSA DE Marcus Davenport

15. Arizona Cardinals (via Cardinals)– UCLA OT Kolton Miller

16. Baltimore Ravens– Virginia Tech LB Tremaine Edmunds 

17. Los Angeles Chargers– Florida St. S Derwin James

18. Seattle Seahawks– Louisville CB Jaire Alexander

19. Dallas Cowboys– Boise St. LB Leighton Vander Esch

20. Detroit Lions– Arkansas C Frank Ragnow

21. Cincinnati Bengals (via Bills)– Ohio State C Billy Price

22. Tennessee Titans (via Ravens)– Alabama LB Rashaan Evans

23. New England Patriots (via Rams)– Georgia OT Isaiah Wynn

24. Carolina Panthers– Maryland WR D.J. Moore

25. Baltimore Ravens (via Titans)– South Carolina TE Hayden Hurst

26. Atlanta Falcons– Alabama WR Calvin Ridley

27. New Orleans Saints (via Packers)– San Diego State RB Rashaad Penny

28. Pittsburgh Steelers– Virginia Tech S Terrell Edmunds

29. Jacksonville Jaguars– Florida DT Taven Bryan

30. Minnesota Vikings– UCF CB Mike Hughes

31. New England Patriots– Georgia RB Sony Michel

32. Baltimore Ravens (via Eagles)– Louisville QB Lamar Jackson