The Next Chapter

David Bruton, Jr. proudly retired from the NFL and is now focused on the next chapter of his career. Learn more about David’s passion…

Biking for Books in the Off-Season

David spends much of his offseason using his passion for biking as a great way to train. This year he has combined two of his passions to promote reading in the classroom…

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Former NFL Safety #30

David Bruton Jr.

#30 Safety

Three-Time Captain
Denver Broncos 2015 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year
Super Bowl 50 Champion

Miamisburg grad David Bruton reflects on NFL career

Football, the sport that has served David Bruton so well, wasn’t on his radar as a youth. The Miamisburg native was talked into playing by his father for the first time as a seventh grader. His season ended with a broken leg. He played sparingly as a freshman and was...

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In the Community

“For the mere fact that we’re blessed and we’re role models—even if we don’t want to be, we’re considered role models. People look up to us from all ages and it’s just the right thing to give back a blessing that you’ve been blessed with in some shape, way or form…”

David Bruton

David Bruton At a Glance

Joined the Redskins in free agency during the 2016 offseason… Spent the first seven seasons of his career with Denver from 2009-15, appearing in Super Bowl XLVIII vs. Seattle and contributing to the Broncos’ squad that won Super Bowl 50 before suffering a season-ending injury in Week 15 that season… Enters 2016 having previously appeared in 104 career regular season games with eight starts, compiling 114 tackles (92 solo), 16 passes defensed, five forced fumbles, three interceptions, three fumbles recovered and one sack. Also appeared in seven postseason games with two starts for Denver…

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