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#BroncosCamp Injury Report: Graham Glasgow, Bradley Chubb exit Saturday's practice


DENVER — Starting right guard Graham Glasgow and starting outside linebacker Bradley Chubb each left Saturday's training camp practice with an injury.

Glasgow "tweaked" his ankle early in practice, according to Head Coach Vic Fangio. The team does not yet know the severity of the injury. He went to the locker room early during the practice period and did not appear to return to the field.

Chubb, who is working his way back from an ACL injury, "just didn't feel right out there," Fangio said. Trainers removed the knee brace from his left knee, which he injured last October, and evaluated the area. He remained on the sideline and had a bag of ice wrapped to his knee after the team's simulated halftime.

"It's tough, but I don't think it's a serious injury," Von Miller said after practice. "We talked on the sideline and stuff. It's just precautionary. Now is not the time for pushing it and going all out. We didn't have a lot of time to go through our full routine [this offseason]. I was telling him, we're Ferraris. [With] Ferraris sometimes, the check engine light comes on. That doesn't mean the car is broken or anything like that. We've just got to get back in the lab, figure out what's going on and get back at it.

"Bradley's good. He was kind of disappointed not to be out there at the scrimmage, but that's part of it. He's still working his way back, and he'll be ready to go for the first game. I've got all the faith."

Tight end Troy Fumagalli, meanwhile, did not practice with a "medical issue," according to Fangio.

"It's not at this point very serious," Fangio said. "We think he'll be back by next week. We'll find out more on Monday."

Wide receivers KJ Hamler (hamstring) and Juwann Winfree (groin), cornerback Michael Ojemudia (quad), safety Alijah Holder (soft-tissue injury), linebackers Justin Strnad (wrist, out for season) and Todd Davis (calf) and tight end Austin Fort (knee) also missed practice.

Hamler, Winfree, Ojemudia, Hamler and Davis took part in a pre-practice workout with Head Strength & Conditioning Coach Loren Landow.

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