Broncos’ Courtland Sutton practiced with shoulder injury, doubtful for Week 1 vs. Titans


A day after losing one of his most important players to a “freak” injury that is likely to keep him sidelined throughout the season, the Denver Broncos were given another setback on Thursday, with No. 1 wide receiver Courtland Sutton making a hard landing. Left practice soon after. On his shoulder. Broncos injury report, listed as a limited participant on Pro Bowler Received therapy from team coaches On Thursday’s practice exit and Per 9News’ Mike Klis, Followed by an MRI with an AC joint sprain day-to-day.

Sutton, who did not return after leaving practice, is the top target in the Broncos offense re-created to open the 2020 season on Monday against the Tennessee Titans. It is safe to say that his position – Still under evaluation inside the building – Monitoring before week 1 will be important. According to Klis, a sprained AC joint means that Sutton would be suspicious.

Denver invested heavily in this offseason for second-year quarterback Drew Locke’s supporting cast, notably portraying both Jerry Zeudy and KJ Heimler as receivers, but Sutton is easily the team’s closest pass catcher.

The 24-year-old SMU product, a second-round draft pick of the Broncos in 2018, has not missed a single game through the first two seasons of his NFL career. After rushing for 704 yards in nine, Sauton starts as a Rocky, breaking into the team’s clear-cut No. 1 WR in 2019, 72 passes for 1,112 yards and six touchdowns en route to his first Pro LLT. With presence.

In the event Sutton is unable to contend with Monday’s Week 1 Tennessee, Denver will likely ask Tim Patrick, Dionte Spencer and DiSion Hamilton for additional rape outs. Hummer was also limited to Thursday’s practice while recovering from a hamstring injury.