ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Second-year linebacker Jerrol Garcia-Williams was carted off the practice field Tuesday afternoon after suffering a knee injury.
Head Coach Vance Joseph didn't know much about the severity of the injury following practice.
"Nothing yet," Joseph said. "He's being examined for a knee injury. I didn't see it. It happened in one-on-ones, so we'll see."
An undrafted rookie out of Hawaii in 2017, Garcia-Williams spent some of last season on the team's practice squad and recorded two tackles in 11 regular-season games.
Meanwhile, Su'a Cravens responded "really well" after practice Monday, according to Joseph, and he practiced again on Tuesday. The 23-year-old safety had missed much of training camp, as well as the first three preseason games, with knee soreness.
Cravens could be on track to play Thursday at the Arizona Cardinals.
"He felt fine this morning, so the hope is he can play on Thursday night," Joseph said.