Found August 18, 2013 on Fantasy Football Champs:
PLAYERS: Champ Bailey
TEAMS: Denver Broncos
Denver cornerback Champ Bailey was seen walking on crutches after last night's game against the Seahawks. SOURCE: Denver PostFantasy Spin:He injured his left foot in the second quarter. X-rays ruled out a fracture though Bailey still hasn't had an MRI. After that happens, we should know more about his recovery time.

Champ Bailey’s sprained ankle may take several weeks to heal

Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey suffered a sprained ankle during last night’s preseason game against the Broncos. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network,  Bailey’s sprained ankle is considered serious and could sideline him for several weeks. On #Broncos CB Champ Bailey: I'm told it's a serious foot sprain. Could take several weeks to heal. Several weeks better...

Broncos’ Champ Bailey could be out ‘several weeks’

The Denver Broncos lost several regulars to injury over the weekend during their second preseason contest, including Wes Welker and Champ Bailey. While Welker’s injury is thought to be minor, Bailey is dealing with a “serious foot sprain” that could take “several weeks” to heal, according to Ian Rapoport of On #Broncos CB Champ Bailey: I'm told it's...

Broncos unsure if Champ Bailey will be ready for opener

Chris Mortensen reported on ESPN’s NFL Insiders show that the Denver Broncos aren’t sure if cornerback Champ Bailey will be ready for their season opener after spraining his foot this past weekend. On NFL Insiders, @mortreport on Champ Bailey: "(#Broncos) say it's not a Lisfranc. They just don't know if he'll be back for Sept 5 opener." — Evan Silva (...

Champ Bailey will undergo an MRI on his foot

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter,  Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey injured his left foot during Saturday night’s preseason game against the Seahawks and will undergo an MRI.  He was seen leaving the stadium on crutches. It sounds like Bailey is going to miss some time.  I wouldn’t be surprised if his preseason is done.   Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet...

Report: Broncos CB Champ Bailey Has “Serious Foot Sprain”

Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that Broncos CB Champ Bailey has a “serious [foot] sprain” that is expected to keep him out for several weeks. Initial reports suggested that Bailey might have a fracture or possibly even a foot tear. However, it doesn’t necessarily mean the Broncos shouldn’t be worried. Bailey’s mid-foot sprain could turn out to be of the Lisfranc variety...

Champ Bailey on crutches with left foot injury

It’s possible that even with the scare to defensive lineman Derek Wolfe and flared knee to right guard Louis Vasquez the Broncos’ most significant injury from their preseason game here Saturday may be to cornerback Champ Bailey. He left CenturyLink Field on crutches his left foot in a boot. X-rays were negative but an MRI exam on Bailey’s foot Sunday will show the extent...

Broncos’ Champ Bailey Could be Out Several Weeks

  The Denver Broncos has a rash of injuries over the weekend with the most notable being Champ Bailey and Wes Welker. It turns out that Welker’s injury is thought to not be serious but the same can’t be said for Champ Bailey:   This is a huge blow to the Broncos secondary considering that cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie is also recovering from a high ankle sprain and...

Welker, Bailey suffer injuries

Several Denver Broncos are dealing with injuries that happened during preseason games, including Champ Bailey and Wes Welker.

Broncos WR Wes Welker, CB Champ Bailey Injured

  Definitely two injuries the Broncos don’t need.  Champ Bailey injured his left foot and was seen using crutches and a walking boot after the game.  Welker suffered a right ankle sprain after a touchdown reception.  Also, right guard Louis Vasquez suffered a left knee injury and will be further evaluated. A lot of injuries to key players in one preseason game.  May not see...

Broncos injury report: Champ Bailey, Wes Welker, Derek Wolfe

The Denver Broncos faced injuries to multiple key players during last night’s preseason contest against the Seattle Seahawks, including defensive end Derek Wolfe, cornerback Champ Bailey and wide receiver Wes Welker. Derek Wolfe Wolfe was carted off the field in the first quarter of yesterday’s exhibition contest. After begin undercut by Seahawks tight end Luke Wilson...

Champ Bailey has foot sprain, Wes Welker ankle sprain

Two key Denver Broncos players sustained injuries in Saturday’s preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks, though one is more serious than the other. Wes Welker sprained his right ankle in the contest and is likely out the rest of the preseason, but he is expected back by the opener. Champ Bailey left the game with […]

Ihenacho held out, Bailey hopeful

Broncos safety Duke Ihenacho was held out of practice Thursday along with backup linebacker Paris Lenon. Ihenacho sprained his right ankle two weeks ago and tweaked it Monday night against Oakland. Lenon has a sore thigh. Cornerback Tony Carter, who sprained his right ankle against the Raiders, returned on a limited basis, and Champ Bailey, who's missed the first three games...

Denver Broncos Weekly Report: Injuries and Suspension Mellow Team

During Saturday's exhibition game the Denver Broncos faced the Seattle Seahawks at Century Link Field.  With the help of big plays on the side of the Seahawks, the Broncos didn't stand a chance.  Adding insult to injury, Broncos cornerback, Champ Bailey and wide receiver, Wes Welker both suffered foot sprains.  No team wants to see a teammate injured, let a lone in a preseason...
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