The Denver Broncos offensive line is looking like it may be down a few starters again this week as they take on the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Denver Broncos have already sent starting offensive guard Graham Glasgow to season-ending injured reserve, but in the short term they may down several more starters along the line. Both tackles, Garett Bolles and Bobby Massie are looking iffy for Sunday and now their other starting guard, Dalton Risner was a non-participant on Thursday.
The good news on the Risner front is that the injury is to his foot and it was due to it getting stepped on during Wednesday’s practice. Head coach Vic Fangio said he would be fine. It also looks like we’ll see Cam Fleming potentially at right tackle.
“It’s good to have Cam here,” Fangio said. “We wanted a guy like that. He’s experienced. He’s played a lot of football, and he’s a good player. We’re happy to have him. He came in on Sunday and did a good job after Bobby [Massie] went down.”
Bolles is less than 50-50 to play on Sunday, which means Calvin Anderson will get the nod at that position.
As for the Philadelphia Eagles, all of the players on their injury report are ramping back up to practice with no non-participants on Thursday. They look like they will be all hands on deck come Sunday.
Here is your full Thursday practice participation report for both teams.
BOLD – Indicates change in status; NIR- Indicates not injury related; *– Team did not practice / report is an estimation;
STATUS DEFINITIONS: Did not participate (DNP); Limited: means less than 100 percent of a player’s normal repetitions; Full—100 percent of player’s normal repetitions; Out: will not play; Doubtful: Unlikely to play; Questionable: Uncertain to play