Bradham had just one total tackle and no other IDP stats in Sunday's loss to the Jaguars. That's a horrible IDP line considering Bradham was on the field for 67 defensive snaps. Through seven games, Bradham has 35 tackles, a sack, and no interceptions or forced fumbles. That's far off his 2014 total, when he put up 104 tackles, 2.5 sacks, two forced fumbles, and a pick. Clearly he's struggling a bit in Rex Ryan's new defense.
Bills linebacker Nigel Bradham saw action on all 70 of the team's defensive snaps in Sunday's loss to the Giants, registering eight total tackles and a pass defensed. Bradham and Preston Brown almost never leave the field, and both fare pretty well in the IDP department. Though four games, Bradham has posted 25 tackles and a sack, pretty much in line with his 2014 season that saw him put up 104 and 2.5 in those categories.
Linebacker Nigel Bradham led the Bills with eight tackles in Sunday's win over Indianapolis. He also logged a sack of Colts quarterback Andrew Luck. Bradham and Preston Brown, who had six tackles, should be neck and neck as the Bills' leading tackler all season. While Brown is probably the better pure tackler, Bradham is more athletic and has the ability to put up more sacks and interceptions.
The Bills are interesting in signing linebacker Nigel Bradham to a contract extension, a source told ESPN.com. Bradham, 25, will be a free agent after the 2015 season and he is coming off a career high in tackles, sacks and interceptions during the 2014 season.
Bills linebacker Nigel Bradham stuffed the stat sheet Sunday in a victory over Cleveland. He led both teams with 12 tackles and nine solos and added one of the team's two sacks.