Jerry Jeudy | Right high ankle sprain | 4-6+ weeks | Out Week 2
Vic Fangio told reporters Jeudy suffered a high ankle sprain and would have an MRI to better define the injury. X-rays reportedly did not show a fracture, but video suggests a higher-grade ligament injury.
Expect Jeudy to miss at least 3-4 weeks which could prompt the Broncos to put Jeudy on injured reserve while he recovers. It's also possible the MRI could show an injury that requires surgery and a 6-8+ week absence. We'll know more after the MRI.
Monday Update: Fangio told reporters Jeudy's injury will not require surgery. Adam Schefter is reporting a 4-6 week recovery timetable. It's possible Jeudy will return in four weeks but unlikely. Wide receivers often struggle with lateral movement until fully healed and the six-week estimate suggests a significant sprain. The Broncos travel to Cleveland on Thursday night in Week 7. That's a reasonable target.
Raheem Mostert | Knee cartilage injury | 8+ weeks | Out Week 2
Mostert left in the first quarter and didn't return with a knee injury. After the game, Kyle Shanahan told reporters Mostert would undergo imaging on Sunday but was assured the injury was not to the ACL.
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