Wilkinson (ankle) is recovering from a "clean-up" surgery on his left foot but should be healthy for the start of training camp, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.
The 25-year-old was tendered as a restricted free agent in March and is expected to compete with Garrett Bolles for the starting job at left tackle in 2020. Wilkinson started 12 games last season but was forced to sit out the season finale with a high ankle sprain.
Wilkinson (ankle) signed his contract tender with the Broncos on Thursday, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
Wilkinson started 12 of 15 appearances with the Broncos last season, and he now stands to compete for the No. 1 right guard and left tackle gigs. The 25-year-old will play under a $3.259 million salary for the 2020 campaign.
Wilkinson (ankle) received a second-round tender from the Broncos on Tuesday, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
The undrafted free agent out of Massachusetts missed the final game of the 2019 season with an ankle injury, but he made 12 starts in his 15 appearances. Assuming no other team meets that asking price, he'll compete for a starting spot with Denver in 2020.
Wilkinson (ankle) has been ruled out of the Broncos' Week 17 matchup with the Raiders, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
Just like that, Wilkinson's 2019 season will come to an end, as the Broncos are not in the playoff hunt. He sustained his high ankle sprain while filling in for Ja'Wuan James in last week's win over the Lions. He will now set his sights on preparing for the 2020 season.
Wilkinson suffered a left high ankle sprain during Sunday's win over the Lions, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
Wilkinson was filling in at right tackle for Ja'Wuan James (knee) on Sunday but went down with the knee injury during the first half. Jake Rodgers should step in at right tackle should Wilkinson and James be unable to play Week 17.
Wilkinson (ankle) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Lions, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.
It's unclear how Wilkinson picked up the injury, but it was serious enough to force him to receive additional medical attention. In his stead, Austin Schlottmann could get the bump up to the team's starting right guard.