ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — With 5 of the crew’s six losses by seven or fewer factors and an offense ranked final within the league in scoring at 14.6 factors per sport, Denver Broncos coach Nathaniel Hackett will take any sliver of excellent information.
And Hackett received not less than some excellent news Monday when accidents to extensive receiver Jerry Jeudy and middle Graham Glasgow weren’t as critical because the Broncos had feared Sunday evening. Jeudy left Sunday’s 17-10 loss to the Tennessee Titans after he suffered a left ankle damage on the Broncos’ first play from scrimmage, and Glasgow left the sport late within the third quarter with a proper shoulder damage.
Hackett stated each gamers can be day-to-day this week because the Broncos put together for Sunday’s sport in opposition to the Las Vegas Raiders. On Jeudy particularly, Hackett went so far as to name it a “minor ankle.”
On Glasgow, who was already enjoying instead of Lloyd Cushenberry III (hip) — the Broncos’ beginning middle injured within the Oct. 30 win over the Jaguars in London — Hackett added, “We dodged a bullet there. Hopefully he’ll be day-to-day.”
The Broncos did not get nearly as good of reports on proper deal with Billy Turner (knee) and nickel cornerback Ok’Waun Williams (knee), who additionally left Sunday’s sport with accidents. Hackett stated each of these gamers will miss a while, classifying them as “week-to-week.”
With left deal with Garett Bolles already on injured reserve and his alternative, Cam Fleming, having missed Sunday’s loss to the Titans with a thigh damage, quarterback Russell Wilson‘s well-being is a priority. The Titans sacked Wilson six instances, 4 of these after Glasgow and Turner had left the sport, and hit Wilson 18 instances.
Hackett had stated after Sunday’s loss that he hoped Jeudy’s damage wasn’t critical. Jeudy fell to the bottom as he ran a route on the Broncos’ first play from scrimmage Sunday and grabbed the again of his left ankle.
He regarded unsteady as trainers initially helped him stroll to the bench after which was taken to the locker room on a golf cart and didn’t return to the sport. Jeudy underwent a MRI examination Monday.
When requested in regards to the extent of the damage as he exited the locker room with a strolling boot on his decrease left leg and foot, Jeudy had stated, “I am undecided.” He went into the sport second on the crew with 30 receptions and has the crew’s longest landing play of the season — 67 yards within the season opener in opposition to the Seattle Seahawks.
“First play of the sport, Jeudy goes down … it has been powerful, been powerful, been powerful,” Wilson stated Sunday. ” … It has been type of loopy simply to see a few of our guys go down as usually as now we have. We’ve got some world-class gamers we do not have on the market.”
Jeudy leads the struggling offense in landing receptions with three, because the Broncos have scored 16 or fewer factors in 5 of their six losses.