In the four years Danny Trevathan has been with the Denver Broncos, he has played with grace, enthusiasm and a humble attitude. John Fox, former Broncos head coach, signed his former linebacker to command the middle part of the field at the position.
Of the most memorable moments in Trevathan’s time here in Denver, the interception of Tony Romo in one of the greatest regular season games of all-time should be number one. Trevathan’s range and coverage skills will help the Bears, but this is not the first time the team has signed a former Bronco. DJ Williams signed with the Bears back in 2013-2014. Trevathan’s skillset, not character, resembled a little of Williams.
Broncos will look to choose another linebacker at the position with many candidates to choose from. James Laurinitis is one idea that comes to mind, but the Broncos will look to add depth again at the position, whether it is Laurinitis or the draft. Reggie Raglund if they decide to go that high is an alternative, but they have plenty of depth stated to make noise in the preseason this coming season.
Good luck in the Windy City Trevathan! We wish you noting but the best!
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