The Broncos won the game Sunday, 30-16 over the Dallas Cowboys, but flew home with a significant list of injuries.
During his news conference Monday morning, coach Vic Fangio provided the following update:
Make a right tackle from Bobby Massey (ankle): “He’ll miss a game or two.”
Messi was the first injury of the game when left tackle Calvin Anderson caught defensive end Dorrance Armstrong on the ground and past Messi’s left foot. Messi was replaced by Cam Fleming.
Right guard Graham Glasgow (ankle): “He’ll be out for a while… I think (it’s a fracture).”
Glasgow was injured in the final game of the first half when Cowboys defensive end Randy Gregory linked up with center Lloyd Cushberry and blocked Cushberry on the back of Glasgow’s left foot. Glasgow was replaced by rookie Quinn Meinerz.
Cornerback Pat Suren II (knee): “They’re still testing him on that.”
Sureten’s injury was not noticeable on the video, but he played only 31 defensive snaps out of 62. When Sureten left the game, Kyle Fuller walked out of his place.
Defensive end McTelvin Agim (knee): “Not sure yet.”
Agim sustained his injury in the first half and did not return to the game.
Additionally, Fangio stated that left tackle Garrett Bowles is a “probably” one to play on Sunday against Philadelphia after missing the Dallas game with an ankle injury, while nose tackle Mike Purcell is a performer on his right thumb. tending to play with.
Offensive defender Netane Muti is expected to return to practice from the COVID/reserve list on Wednesday, while tight end Noah Faint is “a hurdle to cross” to be out of the list, and could also be back on Wednesday .