The good and bad of linebacker Bradley Chubb’s career can be easily divided in half after four seasons. The No. 5 overall selection got off to an explosive start in 2018, with 60 combined tackles, two forced fumbles, and 12 sacks—all still career highs.
Chubb earned his lone Pro Bowl selection in 2020, another outstanding year, but the LB missed significant portions of 2019 and 2021 due to injuries to his ACL and ankle, respectively. 2019 saw Chubb make four starts and record one sack. In seven games after his comeback from surgery the previous year, he failed to record a sack.
The pass rusher, who is healthy moving into 2022, sounded upbeat about adding another successful season as he spoke at the Chubb Foundation football camp on Saturday. “Sure, sir. I definitely sense it “When asked if he thought he would recover, Chubb responded. “You see what I mean when I say it was one of those experiences that you have a lot of? At some time, the dam must collapse. It seems like things have been accumulating for a while, and now is the right time to let everything out.” One of the people who will work with Chubb to make this goal come true is Randy Gregory.