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Broncos injury update: Jonas Griffith practices for first time in three weeks

Sep 6, 2022, 3:22 PM
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(Photo by Andrew Mason / DenverFan.com)
(Photo by Andrew Mason / DenverFan.com)

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos began their regular-season practice schedule with 100-percent attendance for practice Tuesday.

All players on the 53-man roster and practice squad were on-field when the Broncos practiced Tuesday — including offensive lineman Billy Turner and inside linebacker Jonas Griffith.

Turner practiced on-and-off over the last three weeks. But for Griffith, the session marked his first work with the team since he dislocated his elbow against Dallas on Aug. 13.

“Yes, right now everybody is going to be practicing,” Broncos coach Nathaniel Hackett said. “We’ll have all those guys up and see where they are at.”

Regarding Turner, Hackett said he wants to learn Turner’s comfort level in his sets.

“He’s a veteran, so he will know if he’s ready to rock,” Hackett said.

Meanwhile, tight end Greg Dulcich and cornerback Michael Ojemudia worked on the north field used for injury rehabilitation. The Broncos placed Dulcich and Ojemudia on injured reserve Aug. 31 with a hamstring injury and an elbow dislocation, respectively.

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