ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Wide receiver Jerry Jeudy will "miss some time" after suffering an ankle injury during Sunday's win against the Giants, Head Coach Vic Fangio announced Monday.
Fangio confirmed that Jeudy suffered a high ankle sprain and said "everything else checked out good" regarding the injury. He did not know as of midday on Monday whether Jeudy would be placed on injured reserve as he heals.
"I haven't talked with [General Manager] George [Paton] about that yet," Fangio said.
Fangio said "at this very moment" he expected Jeudy's rehab process would "just be recovery."
Fangio also revealed that guard Graham Glasgow left MetLife Stadium on Sunday in an ambulance after experiencing an irregular heartbeat.
"He told me this morning that it started bothering him the second or third series and he just kept trying to play through it," Fangio said.
Glasgow remained in New York overnight to undergo tests, and he is expected to return to Denver on Tuesday.
Fangio said the team received good news on the tests and that "everything's so far, so good."
Glasgow did not have a history of having an irregular heartbeat, Fangio said.
"Hey everyone, I appreciate all the well wishes," Glasgow tweeted Monday. "Looking forward to a quick recovery and getting back out there. It was a great team win, and excited to see where myself and the team go from here. Thanks"
Fangio said Netane Muti would likely fill in for Glasgow, if needed. Muti played three snaps at right guard during Sunday's win.