Roby (facial laceration) has returned to Saturday's game against the Browns, Kyle Fredrickson of the Denver Post reports.
Roby's return will help a depleted Denver secondary, which lost Branden Langley to a concussion and Jamar Taylor to ejection earlier.
Roby left Saturday night's game against the Browns with a facial laceration, Nick Shook of NFL.com reports.
Roby is one of three Denver cornerbacks no longer in the game. Earlier, Jamar Taylor (ejected) and Brendan Langley (concussion) were forced to leave the game.
Roby (concussion) is active for Sunday's game against the Steelers.
Roby resumed practicing fully Friday and was removed from the concussion protocol at some point prior to kickoff after receiving clearance from an independent neurologist. He'll reprise his usual starting role in the secondary for the Broncos and could spend most of the day trailing Antonio Brown, while Chris Harris likely matches up more frequently with JuJu Smith-Schuster inside.
Coach Vance Joseph said Friday that Roby (concussion) "should be fine to go on Sunday" versus the Steelers, Jeff Legwold of ESPN.com reports.
Roby has been officially tagged with a questionable designation for Week 12, but he appears to be on track to suit up. The 2014 first-round pick has cleared the concussion protocol and would retake his role as Denver's starting left cornerback if he's able to play. Roby's presence would be a notable boon for the Broncos' secondary, which will attempt to contain Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers on Sunday.
Roby (concussion) is listed as a limited participant on Thursday's injury report, Zac Stevens of BSNDenver.com reports.
Roby improved to limited participation after being held out completely Wednesday, but he'll still need to clear the league's concussion protocol in order to become available for Sunday's contest against the Steelers.
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