Some Good News On The Injury Front

Injuries that Denver Broncos players suffered against the Cleveland Browns were not serious, although Shane Ray will miss a couple of weeks.

OLB Shane Ray’s knee injury was not as severe as initially feared. Kubiak confirmed that Ray suffered a sprained medial collateral ligament in his right knee in the second quarter.

Ray will miss some game action as a result of the injury, since MCL sprains usually require a multi-week recovery.

Lerentee McCray is expected to see more snaps and Kenny Anunike could see time at OLB as well.

Emmanuel Sanders and Corey Nelson are considered day to day with a shoulder and a knee injury, respectively.

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