Bradley Roby had one pick-6 in three seasons at Ohio State. Now in his third season in the NFL, he has finally equaled that number as a pro.
With his team trailing 7-3 at home, the Denver Broncos cornerback tipped a pass from San Diego’s Philip Rivers and took it back 49 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter of Sunday’s game. It was Roby’s fourth career NFL interception and his first of the 2016 season.
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— NFL (@NFL) October 30, 2016
It was the second touchdown of Roby’s career — he returned a fumble to the end zone last season.
The Broncos selected Roby in the first round (31st overall) of the 2014 NFL draft. He has not missed a game in his pro career, and won a Super Bowl last season with Denver. He had 8 career picks as a Buckeye, including the pick-6 against Nebraska in 2012.