The Denver Broncos have been imagining what their defense would resemble with Bryce Callahan in their auxiliary. That fantasy should hold up in one more month. Per Troy Renck of ABC7 in Denver, Callahan had a procedure done by walking to advance mending and will be out an extra 4 a month and a half.
The Broncos marked Callahan to a three-year, $21 million deal after he shined as a space cornerback in Vic Fangio’s safeguard with the Chicago Bears. Callahan approached Denver with Fangio, who is presently the head coach of the Broncos. Callahan’s foot damage has been annoying since he endured a break last December, having issues with a screw that was embedded in his surgically repaired foot. He has not played a solitary game with the Broncos.
Denver has been compelled to relinquish the plan of turning Chris Harris and Kareem Jackson in the secondary with Callahan out, leaving the Broncos pass guard scrambling as Fangio can’t call the inclusion bundles he needs. The Broncos have permitted 204.7 pass yards per game, positioned 6th in the NFL.
Callahan has recorded 123 tackles, four sacks and 21 pass deflections in his career. Each of the four of his capture attempts have come in the last two seasons. Callahan has showed up in only 45 games the last four seasons and played a profession high 13 games in 2018 preceding the foot damage.
Callahan had 45 handles, two tackles, six pass diversions and two block attempts for the Bears a year ago as was required to flourish with Fangio as his head coach and previous Bears cautious backs mentor Ed Donatell as his defensive coordinator. Presently the Broncos are pondering when he’ll even observe the field this year.