The Denver Broncos avoided a double injury blow after Garett Bolles and Brandon Marshall left practice on day three of training camp.
Starting left tackle Bolles left the field on a cart, while linebacker Marshall headed inside under his own steam, but both were cleared to return for the walkthrough on Monday afternoon.
Bolles, who took a blow to the chin, was cleared of a potential concussion, while Marshall had a cast on what head coach Vance Joseph called a “minor” wrist injury at his post-practice press conference.
There were initial fears for Bolles when the second-year offensive lineman was taken off the practice field, but the cart was a precautionary measure.
What we learned w/Broncos:
-Bolles fine after taking shot to chin at practice
-New DNPs: Heuerman (knee), Rios (hip)
-Brock small hamstring injury
-Marshall minor wrist injury
-Philly Brown has a concussion
-VJ: “Lots of guys have called Carlos… He can return anytime”
— Zac Stevens (@ZacStevensBSN) July 31, 2018
New wide receiver Philly Brown was absent from practice after his weight-room incident led to him being diagnosed with a concussion.
Cornerback Tramaine Brock is dealing with a hamstring injury, while tight end Jeff Heuerman is dealing with a knee injury.
The Broncos return to the practice field at UCHealth Training Center on Tuesday for the fourth of five consecutive days of camp, with the players in full pads for the first time.