"I was definitely drawn to the opportunity to come in and be an impactful player right out of the get-go," Bruton said last week after the team's first session of organized team activities. "Not just on special teams, but on defense. The past couple seasons I was able to get more action and be able to make plays and contribute to the No. 1 defense out there, so my mentality was to come here, win the starting job [and] contribute to make this defense great as well."
Broncos safety David Bruton said: "Nobody wants to get locked out, nobody wants to see anybody get locked out. Everybody wants to see people earn what they're rightfully supposed to be getting or get better work conditions. And players got that. So, I see a parallel in that sense. But these guys, they're coming up from the college level. They see high competition, so it's not like we're going from elementary school referees to NFL referees."