Phillip Lindsay

#30 RB / Denver Broncos / EXP: 3YRS Height: 5-8 Weight: 190 lb Age: 26 College: Colorado Bye 8

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    Broncos' Phillip Lindsay: Out this week

    Phillip Lindsay (toe) won't play Sunday against the Steelers, Kyle Newman of The Denver Post reports.With Lindsay sidelined this week, the stage is set for Melvin Gordon to be the Denver Broncos' clear-cut top back Sunday, with Royce Freeman on hand to serve in a complementary/change-of-pace capacity.

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    Broncos' Phillip Lindsay: Unlikely to play Week 2

    Coach Vic Fangio said in an appearance on KOA NewsRadio that Phillip Lindsay (toe) probably won't play Sunday at Pittsburgh.The 26-year-old was a non-participant at the first two practices of the week, and his outlook apparently hasn't improved much coming into Friday. Lindsay suffered the toe sprain during the season-opening loss to the Titans, and it appears he'll be forced to miss some time. Denver's official injury report will be released later in the day, which should shed further light on his status heading into the weekend.

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    Broncos' Phillip Lindsay: Idle for another practice

    Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio said Phillip Lindsay (toe) won't practice Thursday, Troy Renck of Denver 7 News reports.Lindsay's sprained toe has now kept him sidelined for two practices in a row since he suffered the injury in the Broncos' Monday night loss to the Titans. Fangio labeled Lindsay day-to-day Wednesday, but the running back will likely need to get in some on-field work Friday during the Broncos' final practice session to have a realistic shot at playing in Pittsburgh this weekend. Royce Freeman would step in as the top backup to Melvin Gordon if Lindsay can't go.

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    Broncos' Phillip Lindsay: Called day-to-day

    Coach Vic Fangio said that Phillip Lindsay (toe) won't practice Wednesday and is considered "day-to-day," Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com reports.Lindsay exited Monday's loss to the Titans with what was believed to be a mild case of turf toe, but Ian Rapoport of NFL Network suggests the injury could be something that sidelines the running back for "the next few weeks." In the event that Lindsay is forced to sit out Week 2 in Pittsburgh (or any additional games), Melvin Gordon would be locked in as Denver's clear top back, while Royce Freeman would serve as the top backup.

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    Broncos' Phillip Lindsay: Could miss time

    Phillip Lindsay (toe) will receive a second opinion on his injury Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.Rapoport notes that the running back's issue isn't considered a long-term concern, but Lindsay could end up missing the next few weeks while he deals with turf toe. If Lindsay does indeed miss time, added touches will be available for Melvin Gordon and, to a lesser degree, Royce Freeman.

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    Broncos' Phillip Lindsay: MRI on tap

    Phillip Lindsay is slated to undergo an MRI on Tuesday after suffering from what the Denver Broncos believe was a mild case of turf toe in Monday's 16-14 loss to the Titans, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.The MRI should provide more clarity on the nature of the injury, which Lindsay apparently picked up in the second quarter. Before departing, Lindsay carried seven times for 24 yards and hauled in his lone target for an 11-yard gain across 19 first-half snaps. If Lindsay's toe injury ends up sidelining him for the Broncos' Week 2 matchup with Pittsburgh, Melvin Gordon would likely take on a larger portion of the Broncos' backfield snaps, while Royce Freeman would serve as the top backup.

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    Broncos' Phillip Lindsay: Dealing with turf toe

    Phillip Lindsay, who was forced out of Monday night's game against the Titans, is dealing with turf toe, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.Schefter notes that the Denver Broncos hope the running back's toe issue is "mild," but for now Lindsay's status for this Sunday's game against the Steelers is unclear. if he's out or limited in Week 2, added touches would be available for Melvin Gordon and, to a lesser degree, Royce Freeman.

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    Broncos' Phillip Lindsay: Done for night

    Phillip Lindsay (foot) will not return to Monday's game versus the Titans, Zac Stevens of TheDNVR.com reports.Lindsay didn't take the field with the team to begin the second half and it appears that will remain the case. Look for Melvin Gordon to get plenty of reps out of the backfield in his absence, with Royce Freeman set to spell Gordon. The team should release more information on Lindsay's foot problem in the coming days, but it's a short turnaround for Week 2's game against the Steelers.

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    Broncos' Phillip Lindsay: Questionable to return

    Phillip Lindsay is considered questionable to return Monday due to an ankle injury, Zac Stevens of TheDNVR.com reports.It's unclear exactly when Lindsay suffered the ankle issue, but the report surfaced after the Denver Broncos emerged for the start of the second half. If he can't return, Melvin Gordon figures to handle the vast majority of snaps in the backfield.

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    Broncos' Phillip Lindsay: Bulks up ahead of season

    Phillip Lindsay added 10 pounds of muscle to his frame during the offseason, Troy Renck of Denver 7 News reports.Lindsay faded down the stretch in 2019. After averaging 5.2 yards per carry during the first nine games of the season, he finished with 3.7 yards per tote over his last seven contests. Inexperienced quarterback play and injuries along the offensive line played their part, but the added weight should at least help make Lindsay more durable down the stretch. Lindsay is almost certainly going to see fewer touches in 2020 thanks to the addition of Melvin Gordon, but a bigger frame could help minimize any related decrease in production.