Source: Former Eagle DT Turned Cleveland Brown, Headed To Broncos

Wild Turn Of Events For Bunkley

There’s the “Ringling Brothers Circus” and now, the “Bunkley Traveling Act.”

From Philadelphia to Cleveland to Denver.

That’s the route defensive tackle Brodrick Bunkley traveled through the transaction wire in just a matter of days.  Only thing is – he skipped out visiting Cleveland from Philly.  Three teams down, 29 more to go.

As a result of another move, Bunkley has found himself traded to Denver, according to the Philadelphia Daily News.

John Fox’s Broncos scooped up the disgruntled former Seminole for a conditional 2013 draft pick.

After not reporting to Cleveland, the ’06 first round choice will be on his way to the Mile High City – or will he?

In what already has been a crazy period of free agency, its worth repeating the question: will Brodrick report to Denver?  Who knows, maybe he will end up back where everyone else is landing – the “City of Rocky Balboa.”


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One Response to “Source: Former Eagle DT Turned Cleveland Brown, Headed To Broncos”

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