Broncos Battle Breakdown: Bradley Chubb shows why he’s No. 1 on the depth chart

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Editor’s note: In addition to our overarching observations every day, throughout Broncos’ training camp, we will be picking at least one position battle each practice to focus in on. We’ll give an in-depth look at how the battle looked that day, and where each of the competitors stand in the race.

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — When the Denver Broncos released their first depth chart on Tuesday, all eyes were immediately drawn to the outside linebacker position to find out who would be teaming up opposite Von Miller to wreak havoc on opposing quarterbacks.

That answer — surprising to some and common sense to others — was No. 5 overall pick Bradley Chubb. In less than two weeks, the team’s prized offseason possession had jumped former first-round pick Shane Ray with ease.

Forty-eight hours later, it was clear why.

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