Broncos’ Ryan McBean arrested for stalking

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Broncos defensive tackle Ryan McBean was arrested for stalking on Friday, 9 News in Denver is reporting.

Few details are available on the circumstances that led to his arrest. McBean posted a $50,000 bond and is due in court on October 28.

Lindsay Jones of the Denver Post reports that McBean is at practice today, and Broncos coach John Fox will address the arrest after practice.

McBean was a fourth-round draft pick of the Steelers in 2007 but played in just one game his rookie year before being cut prior to the 2008 season. The Broncos put him on their practice squad in 2008, and in 2009 he became a starter.

This season McBean has played in all five games but hasn’t started any. He has one sack.

24 responses to “Broncos’ Ryan McBean arrested for stalking

  1. chilomane says:
    Oct 17, 2011 2:52 PM
    McCut him he’s a McDaniels guylet’s just get a fresh start there not going to get any worse.
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    He was signed to the PS when Shanahan was still the coach.

  2. When I saw the headline that he was arrested I immediately thought to myself “Where does he think he is? Pittsburgh? Criminals are only welcomed with open arms on their team” and then I saw that he was drafted by the Steelers. It makes total sense now. They certainly can recognize one of their own.

  3. Awesome, I think I want to root for this guy now. Most professional athletes are too proud to stalk someone, but not this guy, never give up!

  4. jessethegreat says:

    Once a Steeler, always a Steeler.
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    Really? If that were true, he’d be helping you get to Super Bowls. Instead, apparently he spent too much time with Perrish Cox.

  5. Since ’09 there have been 2 Steelers players arrested and 9 Broncos players. People will say anything to throw dirt on the Steelers. Get a life.

  6. Love means never taking “no” for an answer. Years from now his would-be soul mate will regale friends during their anniversary parties with stories about how commited Ryan was, and how he never gave up on her. It was his persistance and his determination that eventually won her over.

  7. Deb,
    Thanks, but I’m a lifelong Packer fan… we don’t need him. How did he help you in the Super Bowl again? He must have been the deciding factor in helping Ben hoist up the 7th Lombardi? Ooh, wait…..

  8. jessethegreat says:

    Deb,
    Thanks, but I’m a lifelong Packer fan… we don’t need him. How did he help you in the Super Bowl again? He must have been the deciding factor in helping Ben hoist up the 7th Lombardi? Ooh, wait…..
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    Oh … another Packer fan trolling sites to take digs at the Steelers. Apparently you have reading-comprehension issues. I said if he were acting like a Steelers, he’d have been helping them “get to” Super Bowls. The Steelers have played in three of the last six, winning a third of them and they were in the last one until the final play.

    I was one of the Steelers fans quick to post congrats to you guys that night. But it’s been months now and your fans are still trolling our pages to post nasty snipes at us. Actually, since you’re sooo obsessed with spewing hatred at our team, I have a hard time telling your team won the championship, little man. Winners need to be good sports, too. But that’s right … you haven’t had much practice in recent decades, have you?

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