The Broncos had a big scare at Saturday morning's practice when Derek Wolfe was carted off the field with an ankle injury.
The Broncos made one move to bulk up the line on Saturday, but another potential loss could set them back even further.
We asked the crew at Mile High Sports AM 1340 | FM 104.7 which rookies impressed the most in Denver's 24-17 victory.
The backups and depth players gave a glimpse in Thursday's preseason opener of the talent the Broncos possess on offense.
This late into training camp, the free agents available are slim (no pun intended). Here's a quick rundown of players to consider.
Denver's performance was far from perfect, but there were plenty of positives to take away from Vance Joseph's first win.
If the first preseason game was any indication, the Broncos still have a lot of work to do in terms of pass protection at right tackle.
Kyle Sloter took advantage of his playing time and has the touchdown-deprived fan base singing his praises.
We may not see the changes on the depth chart, but there were certainly some players who rose and fell in the Broncos' preseason opener.
Pass protection for all three quarterbacks was spotty, but it did look like Denver is moving in the right direction in the running game.