Yiadom (shoulder) participated in individual drills during this week's minicamp, Ryan O'Halloran of the Denver Post reports.
Yiadom underwent offseason surgery to correct a shoulder injury he sustained sometime during the 2018 season. He's yet to receive clearance to participate in team drills, but the Broncos don't have any reason to rush him back into full-speed drills this early in the offseason anyway. When fully healthy, the 2018 third-rounder will compete for a depth role behind Kareem Jackson, Chris Harris and Bryce Callahan ahead of the 2019 campaign.
Yiadom has undergone surgery to repair a separated shoulder he suffered in the regular season, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
Yiadom injured his shoulder late last season but the issue wasn't thought to be serious after he played the final two games of the campaign. The surgery could jeopardize his ability to participate in OTAs but is not expected to sideline him once training camp rolls around.
Yiadom missed last Saturday's game against the Browns due to the shoulder issue, but he should slot back into the lineup Monday. He's moved into a starting role with Chris Harris (lower leg) on injured reserve.
Yiadom (shoulder) is ruled out for Saturday's game against the Browns, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.
Yiadom suffered a separated shoulder during Sunday's loss to the 49ers, and will sit out Week 15 as he manages his recovery. Tramaine Brock (ribs) is in line to start at right cornerback against the Browns if he's able to suit up.
Yiadom is listed as day-to-day after separating his shoulder during Sunday's game, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.
The specifics of Yiadom's shoulder issue help clear up some previous uncertainty. Luckily for the rookie, the injury doesn't appear to be serious, and he'll likely be return to action before the season ends. The question now shifts to his availability for next week's tilt with the Browns.