Parks will start at safety for Sunday's game versus the Chiefs, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports. Parks gets the gig since Darian Stewart (neck) will sit out. The third-year pro worked in a reserve role until Week 7 against the Cardinals, when he logged 60 defensive snaps and made four tackles (three solo). He'll be tasked with slowing down Patrick Mahomes and one of the hottest offenses in the league.
Parks (knee) is not on Tuesday's injury report for the regular-season opener against the Seahawks. Parks injured his knee in mid-August but avoided structural damage to it. Following some rest, it appears he's ready to contribute for the Broncos out of the gate in 2018. The third-year safety is likely slated for backup duties to Darien Stewart, but he should still see the field defensively this fall.
Head coach Vance Joseph indicated that Parks (knee) avoided structural damage and is only dealing with a bruise,Troy Renck of Denver 7 Newsreports. Parks exited Saturday's preseason game with a knee injury, but it appears the safety has avoided a serious injury. It's unclear if he'll be forced to miss any time, but Parks should at least be alright for the start of the regular season.
Parks suffered a knee injury and is questionable to return to Saturday's preseason game against the Bears. Prior to injuring his knee, Parks recorded two tackles. He's been a durable member of the Broncos' secondary, having not missed a game in two seasons.
Parks (neck) is participating in team drills during training camp, Ryan O'Halloran of the Denver Post reports. Parks injured his neck in the Broncos' 2017 season finale, but his full participation in training camp suggests the safety hasn't been dealing with anything severe. The Arizona product is competing for a depth role in the Broncos secondary.
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