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Randy Gregory (knee) was placed on IR by the Broncos on Monday. He is eligible to return for Denver's Week 10 game with Tennessee.
Gregory suffered a knee injury in the fourth quarter of the Broncos' loss to the Raiders. Head coach Nathaniel Hackett said that Gregory's ACL is intact but that he would go through a knee scope. Denver will likely turn to Nik Bonitto to fill Gregory's spot on defense for the time being.
Randy Gregory missed Broncos practice on Wednesday.
This seems to be an every week situation with Gregory missing practice early in the week. He still has a chance to play this weekend in a primetime game against the 49ers with a practice on Thursday and/or Friday.
Randy Gregory missed Broncos practice Wednesday.
Gregory was able to take part in the season opener Monday against the Seahawks. Coming off an arthroscopic procedure on his shoulder in the offseason, he'll likely be missing some practice time early in the season. He still has a chance to play this weekend against the Texans, but he will likely have to practice either Thursday or Friday.
Denver Broncos edge rusher Randy Gregory is active for Monday Night Football against the Seattle Seahawks.
Gregory was limited in practice all week but has been cleared to play. He is expected to start alongside Bradley Chubb and should see meaningful snaps. Gregory is a DL2 option for a plus matchup against what is expected to be a run-heavy attack and a questionable offensive line.
Randy Gregory (shoulder/knee) is listed as questionable to play in Monday night's Week 1 matchup against the Seattle Seahawks.
Gregory, a priority pickup for the team this off-season, might not play on Sunday. He is currently listed as questionable, and the exact extent of his injuries is still unknown. If he plays, he will be a nice impact player and pass rusher for the defensive front.