Team success more important than personal accolades for Bradley Roby – Mile High Sports

Posted: August 3, 2017 at 6:46 pm

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With NFL training camps in full swing, much is made of every minuscule detail surrounding teams around the league. Yet somehow, one of the key members of the Broncos No Fly Zone, Bradley Roby, seems to be routinely overlooked.

The Broncos cornerback joined Eric Goodman and Les Shapiro on AM 1340 | FM 104.7 to talk about his role in one of the elite units in the NFL, and his ultimate markers of success for this season.

Im in the shadow but its all good. They have established names from being in the league for a long time so at the end of the day all that matters is making plays. If I make those plays then the recognition will come, Roby explained. My attitude is to just make them recognize me. Make them give me accolades. I dont really want that though. I just want to win, create turnovers, and get paid. As long as that happens, I dont care who gets the glory.

Bradley spoke extensively about the team and their goals, but tried to stay realistic and focused on the benefits of training camp especially when it comes to how his group may be disrupting the development of Denvers young quarterbacks.

You cant expect everyone to just go out and look like Tom Brady against us, because Tom Brady doesnt look like Tom Brady against us. Its hard to hold [Paxton Lynch and Trevor Siemian] to that standard against us, but our goal is to keep getting better at the end of the day, said the fourth-year defensive back. Going against us every day is going to make them better prepared for what they will see in the regular season. I feel like you should always work harder and put more pressure on yourself in practice so in the game its easy.

Listen to the full interveiw, including Robys thoughts on NFL player rankings, in the podcast below.

Catch Afternoon Drive with Goodman and Shapiro every weekday from 4p-6p on Mile High Sports AM 1340 | FM 104.7 or stream live any time for the best local coverage of Colorado sports from Denvers biggest sports talk lineup.

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