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Broncos lose second-year Bradley Chubb to torn ACL

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Denver Broncos defensive end Bradley Chubb will miss the rest of the 2019 season. He suffered a torn ACL injury.

He suffered the injury in Sunday in the loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. After briefly leaving the game, he returned and played with the torn ACL.

“He’s got a partial tear of the ACL and will be out for the season,” head coach Vic Fangio told reporters on Monday.

This is a huge loss for the 0-4 Broncos. The defense has taken a hit as teams can now focus a lot of their attention on Von Miller.

Chubb picked up his first sack of the 2019 season on Sunday against the Jaguars. He also had seven tackles, three quarterback hits, and one tackle for a loss.

“He was surprised as anyone this morning when he felt the way he did,” Fangio said.

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