The stacked Broncos defense only has one All-Pro player

BY foxsports • January 10, 2016

The NFL's All-Pro defense featured a few glaring omissions from the NFL's top defense.

Only one Denver Broncos player -- linebacker Von Miller -- was named to the All-Pro first team. It left deserving safety T.J. Ward scratching his head when the roster was released.

Ward isn't the only notable snub. Cornerbacks Chris Harris Jr. and Aqib Talib, linebacker Brandon Marshall, and defensive end Malik Jackson all had reasons to believe they'd be included.

Linebacker DeMarcus Ware and Darian Stewart could've been included, too.

Those All-Pro worthy seasons were overlooked. It'll be tougher to overlook a Super Bowl title if the Broncos defense helps win one, though.

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