The Denver Broncos offensive line remains a question mark and will remain that way until their fist regular season game.
Protecting Peyton Manning is priority number one, but a little luck wouldn’t hurt.
So far luck has eluded the offensive line and Manning could be the one who pays the price.
Right guard Chris Kuper's future is in doubt after multiple surgeries on his ankle.
He was unable to participate in on-field work or conditioning drills this offseason from surgery on the ankle,but the team is still holding out hope he will be back for training camp.
Center J.D. Walton's surgery Monday takes him out of commission until late October or November, however, if he continues to have setbacks or any issues in his rehab, he could be out for the season.
The signings of guard Louis Vasquez' and center Dan Koppen could help, but hardly an ideal situation for the Broncos.
Koppen had 13 starts there last season, has been working out and is familiar with Manning.