The Denver Broncos received news on Monday that the injuries to wide receiver Jerry Jeudy and center Graham Glasgow are not as serious as the team first suspected. Coach Nathaniel Hackett further stated that both players’ injuries will be assessed on a day-to-day basis this week.
Jeudy suffered an ankle injury during the Broncos’ 17-10 loss to the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, thereby having to leave the field during the first play from scrimmage. Glasgow was injured during the same game, picking up a right shoulder injury late in the third quarter which forced him to leave the game as well.
Right tackle Billy Turner and nickel cornerback K’Waun Williams were also injured during the Titans game, however, both players will be unavailable for a longer term. Hackett said that they were “week-to-week” after both incurring knee injuries.
Before receiving the update on Jeudy’s injury, the Broncos were concerned that his injury was of a serious nature as, during the Broncos’ first play from scrimmage, Jeudy grabbed at his left ankle mid-run and had to be escorted off the field. He then underwent an MRI and was placed in a walking boot.