Broncos safety David Bruton Jr. said he felt OK after suffering a hip injury in Sunday's win over the Ravens, reports the team's official website. Bruton had to be helped off the field after sustaining the injury. "I'll definitely be good," Bruton said.
The Broncos will head into their divisional round playoff matchup with the Colts relatively healthy. Defensive tackle Mitch Unrein (knee) and linebacker Brandon Marshall (foot) are considered questionable. Quanterus Smith has been declared out with a knee injury. David Bruton (concussion/neck), Paul Cornick (toe), Orlando Franklin (concussion), Peyton Manning (thigh), Will Montgomery (knee), Aqib Talib (Achilles), Julius Thomas (ankle), Demaryius Thomas (ankle/finger), Juwan Thompson (hip/knee), T.J. Ward (neck), and Kayvon Webster (shoulder) are all considered probable for Sunday's game. The Broncos are currently 7-point favorites against the Colts.
Broncos starting guard Orlando Franklin and safety David Bruton got cleared by doctors from their concussions, and both practiced in full pads Wednesday, reports the Denver Post. They're on track to play Sunday against the Colts in the divisional playoffs.
Broncos guard Orlando Franklin and safety David Bruton are going through the league's concussion protocol after being injured Week 17 against the Raiders. Bruton also has a sprained neck, per the team's website. Denver doesn't play until Sunday, Jan. 11.
Broncos safety David Bruton had to be stretchered off the field Week 17 against the Raiders. Bruton took a brutal hit on a late punt return, and was tended to by team trainers. Shortly after he was taken off the field, the team diagnosed Bruton with a concussion. He will not return to the game. Bruton was immediately put in an ambulance, and will be evaluated further at a local hospital.