Leary (concussion) announced Thursday that he's healthy and has resumed training, Troy Renck of Denver 7 News reports.
Leary missed the final four games of the 2019 regular season due to a brain injury, but it looks as though he's now cleared the league's concussion protocol and returned to full health. The Broncos are not expected to pick up the 30-year-old's option for 2020, in which case Leary will look to catch on elsewhere in the league as an unrestricted free agent.
Leary (concussion) has been ruled out for the Broncos' Week 17 regular-season finale against the Raiders, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
Leary suffered a concussion Dec. 1 and has been sidelined since. In his absence, look for Austin Schlottmann to continue filling in at right guard. The 30-year-old will now have to set his sights on preparing for the 2020 season.
Leary (concussion) is out for Sunday's game against Detroit, Zac Stevens of TheDNVR.com reports.
It will be Leary's third missed game in a row. Austin Schlottman is set to replace him again.
Coach Vic Fangio said Wednesday that Leary (concussion) is trending in the wrong direction for Sunday's tilt against the Lions, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.
Leary did not practice Wednesday, per Jhabvala. If the 30-year-old veteran is indeed sidelined another week, Austin Schlottmann will continue to start at right guard.
Leary (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.
Leary did not practice all week and remains in the concussion protocol. Austin Schlottman should continue to replace the 30-year-old.
Leary (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Texans, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.
It will be Leary's first absence of the year. Austin Schlottmann will fill in for the 30-year-old.
Leary (concussion) said Thursday that he's "iffy" about his availability for Sunday's tilt against the Texans, Zac Stevens of TheDNVR.com reports.
Leary was forced out of Week 13's win over the Chargers, causing Austin Schlottmann to take over at right guard. He'll need to fully clear the league's five-step protocol for head injuries before retaking the field, the last stage of which includes meeting with an independent neurologist.
Leary suffered a concussion and won't return to Sunday's matchup against the Chargers, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
Austin Schlottmann is expected to fill in at right guard for the time being.
Leary (knee) is not listed on Thursday's injury report, Zac Stevens of BSNDenver.com reports.
Leary dealt with minor knee soreness during the preseason and now looks back to full health. He's on track for his usual starting role Monday versus the Raiders.
Leary was held out of Monday's preseason game against the 49ers due to knee soreness, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.
Leary received medical clearance from his Achilles injury back in June, but he's been limited recently by the knee soreness. The 30-year-old has been ending practices early to receive treatment so it doesn't appear to be a serious issue, but the Broncos are likely to remain cautious with the regular season only a couple weeks away.
Leary did not play in Monday's preseason contest against the 49ers despite being fully cleared by the team's medical staff earlier this summer, Troy Renck of TheDenverChannel.com reports.
The lineman is easing his way back from Achilles and knee injuries he suffered last season. Austin Schlottman started at right guard in his absence.
Leary (Achilles) has been fully cleared by the Broncos' medical staff and will be "100 percent" for training camp, Zac Stevens of BSNDenver.com reports.
Leary has been rehabbing from a torn Achilles' tendon that he suffered early last season. Now that he's apparently back to full health, Leary will turn his focus to making a position switch from tackle to right guard.
Leary (Achilles) was able to increase his activity level at practice Wednesday, Zac Stevens of BSNDenver.com reports. "[Leary] was cut loose a little bit [Wednesday] in some team work," coach VIc Fangio said.
Leary suffered a torn Achilles' tendon in October but seems to be trending in the right direction ahead of training camp in July. It's still unclear if he'll be a full participant by the time the Broncos are ready to practice with pads, however.
Leary (Achilles) will be limited for the start of OTAs on Monday, Ryan O'Halloran of The Denver Post reports.
Leary suffered a torn Achilles' tendon in October, so it's not surprising he still has limitations. It remains unclear where the 30-year-old currently stands in his recovery.
Leary (Achilles) should remain with the Broncos in 2019 as $5.35 million of his $8.15 million salary is guaranteed against injury, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
Leary would need to pass a physical by March 17 in order to void the injury guarantee, which is entirely improbable after suffering a torn Achilles' tendon in October. The Broncos could still part ways with the veteran guard, but the injury guarantee minimizes the potential cap savings the move would bring under non-injury circumstances. Leary's availability for the start of the season remains up in the air as he continues his recovery.
Leary was placed on injured reserve with a torn Achilles' tendon Monday, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
Leary's injury will keep him out for the remainder of the season. Max Garcia is expected to slot into a starting guard role.
Leary was diagnosed Sunday with a torn Achilles' tendon, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
It was initially reported that Leary had hurt his ankle, but apparently, the injury is much more severe. If the initial diagnosis is confirmed, it would be a huge loss for the Denver offensive line. Max Garcia should move into a starting role at guard in Leary's stead.
Leary injured his ankle in Sunday's game against the Rams and will not return, Kyle Fredrickson of the Denver Post reports.
Leary had to be helped to the sideline and was ruled out soon after. Max Garcia has taken the Memphis product's spot.
Leary (knee) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice, Ryan O'Halloran of The Denver Post reports.
Leary's knee issue was previously reported as unlikely to impact his Week 1 availability, and it seems like this notion has been confirmed following his return to practice without limitations. The 29-year-old started 11 games for Denver last season.
Leary (knee) is on track to start in the Broncos' season opener against the Seahawks, Zac Stevens of BSNDenver.com reports.
Leary has been sidelined for roughly three weeks while nursing a knee injury. The team has likely been exercising caution with their starting center in order to ensure his health for Week 1. Look for Max Garcia to replace him on the line should he ultimately suffer any setbacks.