Despite initially signing to the practice squad, John Brown could be suiting up in Orange & Blue as soon as Sunday.
Finally, there's good news along they injury front for the Denver Broncos.
After missing nearly 10 starters at one point during Sunday's 23-7 loss to the Ravens, the Broncos are on the mend.
Despite the toxicity that surely pervades some corners of Broncos Country right now, the Broncos’ season is not over. Far from it. But Sunday's loss dropped some truth bombs.
While initially Jerry Jeudy's gruesome injury looked potentially season ending, tests only revealed a high ankle sprain.
Here’s everything you need to know about how long the star will be out and how the Broncos will replace him.
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By Tuesday afternoon, George Paton and Vic Fangio must narrow down the Broncos' roster from 80 players to the final 53.
Here's who is projected to make the final roster.
Could Fangio make a decision between the two quarterbacks in the coming days? “We might,” he said after the Broncos’ 30-3 romp over the Seahawks at Lumen Field. “I want to take a look at the tape some more.”
Teddy Bridgewater, not Drew Lock, had the highest highs and the lowest lows during Wednesday’s practice.
With the QB competition potentially coming to an end soon, did the rollercoaster day help or hurt Teddy’s quest to becoming the starter?
George Paton destroyed his former team.
His quarterbacks balled.
Paton's first-round pick and second-round pick shined.
Nobody had a better day than George Paton on Saturday.
Drew Lock was electric to start Sunday's scrimmage.
Not only did he have the pass of training camp, he commanded two touchdown drives early.
Lock needed a strong day on Sunday. He delivered.
On Friday, inaccurate was the word of the day for the Broncos' quarterbacks.
One quarterback flipped that on its head in nearly the best possible way 24 hours later during Saturday's practice.
Teddy Bridgewater & Drew Lock had nearly identical practices on Wednesday.
Both started practice with 20-yard completions.
Both were efficient.
Both ended practice with red-zone INTs.
But there was one difference that tipped the scales.
No wonder Bradley Chubb was smiling broadly when he walked onto the field for pre-practice calisthenics.
After throwing three interceptions on Saturday, Teddy Bridgewater was in desperate need of a bounce-back day following Sunday's off day.
He did just that on Monday to keep the Broncos' quarterback competition a true toss up.
Despite all of the talent across the Broncos' defense, entering the weekend, the starting unit hadn't had a single interception the first three days of camp.
On Saturday, they changed that in a big way.
Even with full-pad work still a few days away, it isn't too soon to begin scoping out the competition and depth up front.
In the first two days of camp, Bridgwater only had one incompletion each day.
On Friday, it was Drew Lock who only saw the ball hit the ground once.
The first day of training camp was about the stars. Von Miller and Jerry Jeudy shined on Wednesday to open camp.
Thursday, however, was about the players that don't get the attention and praise they deserve.
Optimism reigns, even when coming off of a fourth consecutive losing season. And Jerry Jeudy is a huge reason why.