BRONCOS

Injuries are piling up as Michael Ojemudia heads right to the locker room

Aug 20, 2022, 12:20 PM
Michael Ojemudia...
(Photo by Andrew Mason / DenverFan.com)
(Photo by Andrew Mason / DenverFan.com)

The Denver Broncos are getting beaten up by the Buffalo Bills.

Not only is the score ugly, the injury situation isn’t great, either. First, punter Sam Martin somehow hurt himself during pregame warmups. Then, Malik Reed got poked in the eye. Now, cornerback Michael Ojemudia hurt his arm and it could be serious. Andrew Mason has the details.

The Broncos are calling Ojemudia questionable to return with an elbow injury, but it would be shocking to see him get back on the field. It’s preseason, and the Broncos need him for cornerback depth.

Pat Surtain II, Ronald Darby and K’Waun Williams will be the starters come Week 1, but Ojemudia is absolutely in line to get some snaps on defense. The Broncos currently trail the Bills 21-6 right before halftime, with the scoreboard and the injury situation both concerning.

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