Found September 02, 2013 on Fox Sports:
Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey didn't practice Monday and said his status for Thursday night's opener against Baltimore was ''still up in the air.'' Bailey has been out since spraining his left foot Aug. 17 in a preseason game at Seattle. Entering his 15th NFL season, Bailey said the Broncos are ''kind of leaving it up to me as far as going out there and make sure that I'm ready and I'm confident about it.'' He said some days it hurts backpedaling, other days when going side to side or running straight ahead. Although he's confident he can step in and play Thursday after such a long layoff, Bailey also recognizes that getting another 10 days before Denver's next game, against the New York Giants, might be the prudent course. --- AP NFL website:

Champ Bailey expected to be a game-time decision

According to USA TODAY Sports,  Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey is expected to be a game-time decision for Thursday night’s season opener against the Ravens. Bailey likely won’t know until Thursday if he’s going to get that chance because of the foot injury. He’s healed fairly quickly — ditching both his crutches and the walking boot in less than two weeks – but has...

Champ Bailey limited at practice

According to Lindsey Jones of USA TODAY Sports,  Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey was limited at practice today. Champ is probably going to be listed as limited — but he's not doing much during individual drills. — Lindsay Jones (@bylindsayhjones) September 3, 2013 It continues to look like Bailey will be a game-time decision.     Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ...

Broncos' Champ Bailey ruled out for week 1

The Denver Broncos have officially ruled Champ Bailey out against the Baltimore Ravens.  Bailey has been dealing with a sprained foot, this is the type of injury that can be nagging and hard to recover from.  This move seems to be the logical choice for the Broncos, they would much rather have Bailey miss the beginning of the season than the end. Champ Bailey injured his foot...

Champ Bailey Ruled Out For Season Opener

Champ Bailey has been officially ruled out for tomorrow nights season opener against Baltimore. Bailey is still fighting back from a foot injury. Mike Kils of the Denver Post had the scoop: Champ Bailey will be ruled out for the opener Thursday vs. Baltimore. — Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) September 4, 2013 Without Bailey, Chris Harris will start in his place along with Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.

Champ Bailey back at Broncos practice in limited role

Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey was back at practice Tuesday morning two days before the season opener against the Baltimore Ravens but he was limited at the start. In the period open to media the All-Pro cornerback did little more than stand around while other defensive backs went through secondary drills. Bailey missed Monday's practice but he provided an update on the condition...

Broncos CB Bailey to miss opener

Champ Bailey won't play in the Denver Broncos' opener against the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday night because of a sprained left foot. The 15th-year pro was ruled out Wednesday. He hasn't practiced since getting hurt in a preseason game at Seattle on Aug. 17. Denver will start Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie in Bailey's place alongside right cornerback Chris Harris with...

Bailey returns to Broncos practice

Champ Bailey is practicing for the first time since injuring his left foot last month. The Denver Broncos' perennial Pro Bowl cornerback hadn't practiced since getting hurt in an exhibition game at Seattle on Aug. 17. Barring a setback, he'll play Monday night against Oakland after missing consecutive games for the just the fourth time in his 15-year NFL career. Also...

Broncos CB Champ Bailey ruled out for opener against Ravens

Suspended linebacker Von Miller won't be the only defensive starter missing when the Broncos kick off their regular season on Thursday against the Ravens. Cornerback Champ Bailey has also been ruled out. Bailey hasn't practiced since injuring his foot on Aug. 17 against the Seahawks in the Broncos second preseason game. The 35-year-old Bailey has only missed a total of four...

Broncos' Wes Welker appears ready for week 1, Champ Bailey uncertain

The Denver Broncos have released their first injury report for week one and WR Wes Welker was a full participant and appears he will play Thursday night against the Ravens.  The final injury report for the Broncos will be released on Wednesday. When they release the injury report on Wednesday they will apply the probable-questionable-doubtful statuses so we may have a better understanding...

Denver Broncos Champ Bailey Returns to Practice;Fox Not Ruling out Week 1

Denver Broncos veteran starting cornerback Champ Bailey has shed his walking boot and returned to practice. Bailey suffered a sprained foot during the Broncos week two preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks. The Broncos are preparing for a rematch of last years AFC divisional game against the Baltimore Ravens in week one. Broncos head coach John Fox had little to say about...

Derek Wolfe has fully ‘recovered’ from neck injury

Denver Broncos defensive end Derek Wolfe says he’s fully recovered from the neck injury he suffered against the Seattle Seahawks on Aug. 17. “Recovered. From my standpoint, he’s been cleared by the doctors and 

Champ Bailey, Joel Dreessen ruled out for Broncos opener

Denver Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey and tight end Joel Dreessen have been ruled out for Thursday night’s season opener against the Baltimore Ravens. Bailey, a 12-time Pro Bowl selection, hasn’t practiced since he injured the bottom of his left foot during a preseason game Aug. 
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