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Champ Bailey joined the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2019 as one of the greatest cornerbacks in Denver Broncos history." Denver Broncos in the Hall of FameHall of Fame Profile: Champ BaileyNew ,14commentsChamp Bailey joined the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2019 as one of the greatest cornerbacks in Denver Broncos history. MDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Hall of Fame Profile: Champ BaileyTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailThe Washington Redskins selected cornerback Champ Bailey with the seventh overall selection in the 1999 NFL Draft. He went on to live up to his draft status and much more. After his fifth season, Washington traded Bailey and a second-round pick to the Denver Broncos for running back Clinton Portis. All Champ did from there was land three consecutive all-pro awards and dominate the league at the cornerback position. He finished his career with 12 Pro Bowl selections, 3 First-team All-Pro awards, 4 Second-team All-Pro awards, and was named to the NFL 2000s All Decade Team. How to encapsulate Bailey’s Hall of Fame worthiness in one line? I found an answer to that question from this tweet. Champ Bailey had the ball thrown his way just 35 times in 2006. He gave up four receptions, but landed 11 pass breakups and an incredible 10 interceptions. That season, combined with the season he had in 2005, ensured quarterbacks stayed away from Champ for years after.One little known fact about Bailey is that he played for 10 different defensive coordinators in his career. It would be 11, but he played under Mike Nolan under Norv Turner in 1999 and then again in 2009 under Josh McDaniels. That’s an insanely high number and a testament to Bailey’s greatness. It didn’t matter how much the scheme changed around him, he played at a Hall of Fame level. In Bailey’s final season, he reached Super Bowl 48 with the Broncos. Unfortunately, it wasn’t meant to be as the team floundered in a blowout loss to the Seattle Seahawks. He officially retired on October 18, 2014 after 15 seasons in the NFL. Champ Bailey Career StatsYearGamesIntYdsTDLngPDTacklesYearGamesIntYdsTDLngPDTackles ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Left guard Max Garcia showed up at the Denver Broncos‘ headquarters Friday with a sore left knee, something that initially seemed like a minor annoyance for a team preparing for two big offensive line changes already.With right guard Connor McGovern preparing for his first NFL start at center and Elijah Wilkinson set to make his first pro start at right guard, Garcia went for an MRI.The result was devastating: a torn anterior cruciate ligament.Garcia is the third starting offensive lineman the Broncos have lost this season, joining guard Ronald Leary (Achilles) and center Matt Paradis, who had surgery on his broken right leg earlier this week.“It’s been a tough year for us O-linemen,” left tackle Garett Bolles said. “It’s a shame to see three guys that are really close to me go down, but at the same time I know that we have guys behind them that have stepped up to the plate and are going to smack a home run.”Garcia’s injury further staggered a team that’s trying to salvage a season featuring four one-score losses, including to the league’s two 9-1 teams the Rams and Chiefs, by a combined seven points.“It was really weird , I watched (Thursday’s) practice from the last play back to the first play and he didn’t miss a down,” coach Vance Joseph said. “So, the play he was injured on, I saw it, it was kind of a slip. It was no big deal. He finished up practice.”Joseph said Billy Turner, who started four games at right tackle when , will start at left guard Sunday when the Broncos (3-6) visit the Los Angeles Chargers (7-2).This will mark the Broncos’ sixth different lineup on the O-line this season, but Joseph said it won’t affect the game plan.“I thought leaving camp that we had the best line that we’ve had around here in a while as far as depth and as far as guys who can play” multiple positions, Joseph said. “It happens. It’s football. We’ve got Billy Turner playing the left guard with Eli playing the right guard along with Mac playing the center, so I’m comfortable. Let’s go play.”He said recently signed seven-year veteran center Gino Gradkowski will be active Sunday along with rookie swing guard Sam Jones.“Ain’t too many guys left ,” he said.Through every combination the Broncos have run the ball with success as rookies Phillip Lindsay and Royce Freeman have rushed for 900 yards and seven touchdowns with veteran Devontae Booker adding 144 yards, a touchdown and a team-high 5.8-yard average.What they’ve had trouble doing is protecting quarterback Case Keenum, who has 11 touchdowns and 11 turnovers and has been sacked two dozen times.Still, offensive coordinator Billy Musgrave has been reluctant to reduce his use of three-receiver sets that put more pressure on the thinning O-line.The turnstile hasn’t helped Bolles, a 2017 first-rounder, refine his raw game after playing just one season of major college football.“It’s been hard having different lineups. I’ve had five different lineups, so it’s been frustrating,” Bolles said. “But it doesn’t matter who’s next to me, they’re going to make me better, I’m going to make them better and you’ve just got to roll with the punches and work out the kinks.”

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