Philip Rivers of the San Diego Chargers is Sacked by Ryan McBean of the Broncos at Mile High on October 9, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
Defensive Lineman Ryan McBean is the next Denver Broncos Free Agent we will look at. McBean is going into his 5th year in the NFL and is a Restricted Free Agent who entered the league as a 4th round draft pick by the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2007. Ryan was cut, re-signed to the Practice Squad, activated for one game and cut again by the Steelers. He joined the Broncos in September of 2008 and spent that season on the Practice Squad after competing in Pittsburgh’s training camp to begin the year. McBean started all 14 games he played for the Broncos in 2009 and registered a career-high 25 Tackles as a Defensive End. In 2010, Ryan struggled a bit with the position change to Defensive Tackle. He appeared in all 16 games (4 starts) and made 18 Tackles while recovering one Fumble
#98 / Defensive Tackle / Denver Broncos
Apr 23, 1984
Agent: JR Rickert
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As an RFA, nothing guarantees that Ryan McBean will re-sign with the Broncos, but I believe it would be beneficial for them to do so. What are your thoughts?
Should the Denver Broncos re-sign Ryan McBean?
Yes (252 votes)
No (47 votes)
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