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While we've discussed at length what the loss of Elvis Dumervil (stupid fax machines!) and Von Miller (a six-game suspension) means for the Denver defense the fact that cornerback Champ Bailey hasn't been practicing has been a quiet storyline as the Broncos enter their season-opener vs. the Ravens.
Bailey sprained his foot in Denver's preseason game against the Seahawks on Aug. 17 and he hadn't practiced in a few weeks because of it.
On Sunday Bailey returned to practice and though coach John Fox wasn't much interested in updating Bailey's injury defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson said via the Denver Post that the 35-year-old cornerback looked good. That enthusiasm however might have been tempered Monday by the fact Bailey didn't practice.
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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...
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.
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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...
Champ Bailey returned to practice on Tuesday, two days before the Denver Broncos host the Baltimore Ravens in the season opener.
The Pro Bowl cornerback wore his helmet, but was limited in individual drills during the session open to the media. Bailey has been out since spraining his left foot on Aug. 17 in a preseason game.
Bailey said the day before that he was ''very...
The Denver Broncos enter the regular season with high
expectations after 2012’s impressive run. However, Denver will begin the year
without All-Pro pass rusher Von Miller, who’s serving his suspension. The team
could also be without another key player on defense, as Champ Bailey will be a
game-time decision due to his sprained foot, according to Lindsay Jones of USA
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...
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.
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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...
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