ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - Bradley Roby's slip down the draft board surely will cost him a few million dollars. He swears he doesn't care.
The star cornerback from Ohio State said he's glad he's going to play for the AFC champion Denver Broncos and not a rebuilder anyway.
After all, he changed his mind about going to Vanderbilt in 2010 in large part because the Commodores "didn't win enough."
Another thing that lured him to Columbus was his switch from wide receiver to defensive back, and Ohio State has a rich tradition of sending elite cornerbacks to the NFL.
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