#34 | Safety | Denver Broncos | Roster
Profile | Statistics | Career Notes
In his second year as a Bronco; Tyrone led the NFL with 9 interceptions (a career high) which earned him a spot on the Pro Bowl squad... He returned the nine interceptions for a total of 128 yards including 1 touchdown... He also recovered one fumble that was returned for 20 yards.
In his first year as a Bronco he intercepted only two passes and had a return average of 18.0 yards per interception... Yet he started every game in the regular season.
Played in all 16 games for Miami ... Played mostly in nickel and special teams situations.
Finished second on the team with 111 tackles, tying a career-high ... Led the team with 19 passes defensed ... Started all 16 games.
Recorded 99 tackles ... Made 11 stops against San Diego on Sept. 13, along with four passes defensed.
Returned from a knee injury the previous year to play in all 16 games, starting 15 ... Intercepted a pass in his first game back, the season-opener ... Made 14 tackles and intercepted a pass in the AFC Championship Game.
Tore the medial collateral ligament in his right knee in the third game of the season, at which point he underwent surger y and missed the rest of the year.
Made the switch to cornerback with no problems ... Made his first NFL start in the season-opener and went on to start every game that year ... Intercepted a pass on Kansas City's first play from scrimmage in the season opener, returning it 34 yards for a touchdown ... Made six interceptions, tops on the Broncos and sixth in the AFC ... Made 111 tackles on the year.
Played in all 16 games, as a reserve defensive back and a special teams player ... Made 49 tackles and two interceptions.
Spent the first 13 weeks on injured reserve with a shoulder injury he suffered in the preseason ... Played primarily on special teams.