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Denver Broncos running back Willis McGahee has a broken right hand, the same hand he uses to carry a football, which would seem to make the task slightly more difficult. Still, a week after undergoing surgery to insert a plate and five pins to repair his hand, McGahee said he expects to play in Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders, according to The Denver Post. McGahee told the team's official website he hadn't held a football since the injury and categorized himself as "day to day." There wasn't a lot of luck involved on the play that caused the injury, in which McGahee found his hand stuck in an opponent's facemask. He broke the hand, was penalized for a facemask and then fined $7,500 by the league office. "Look, I paid the price for it," he said. "I got an injury on my hand. I had to have surgery. I'm taking it to appeals court now, but it looked like I was really holding onto his facemask all the way down, which I really wasn't." Source: NFL.com
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Denver Broncos running back Willis McGahee says his broken right hand shouldn't hinder him Sunday at Oakland.
McGahee practiced Thursday for the second straight day and was able to carry the ball in either hand.
McGahee missed last week's game against Detroit after undergoing an operation to insert screws and a plate into his right hand. He's been wearing padding over...
Denver Broncos running back Willis McGahee returned to practice Wednesday and is optimistic about suiting up for this weekend's tilt against Oakland despite dealing with a broken hand.McGahee remains a question mark for Sunday's game, but is expected to practice throughout the week before being reevaluated.The veteran tailback underwent hand surgery just eight days ago after...
The Broncos continued to express optimism their leading rusher, Willis McGahee, will be available for Sunday's game in Oakland.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -- Denver Broncos running back Willis McGahee says his broken right hand shouldn't hinder him Sunday at Oakland.
There is puffiness on top of the right hand, but surgery to insert a plate and five pins will do that.
Broncos running back Willis McGahee returned to practice today, eight days after surgery to repair a broken bone in his right hand.
It is appearing more likely that Tim Tebow will have another offensive weapon available for Sunday's game at Oakland.
Willis McGahee will have to do more than raise his injured right hand to be in the Broncos' lineup Sunday against the Raiders in Oakland. Coach John Fox said McGahee, Denver's leading rusher, must be able to protect himself and the ball with his hand.
Denver Broncos running back Willis McGahee practiced Wednesday, just eight days after he underwent surgery to insert a plate and five pins to repair his hand.
Broncos Von Miller and Willis McGahee dropped in on Paris Elementary School in Aurora this week as part of the National Football League’s “Play 60″ program that encourages children to be active physically in sports and other fun activities.
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A week after undergoing surgery to insert a plate and five pins to repair his hand, Willis McGahee said he expects to play in Sunday's game against the Raiders.
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