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2017 Schedule
2-0, 1st in AFC West
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Source: Bolles, carted off last week, set to start

The Broncos are expected to have starting left tackle Garett Bolles against the Bills on Sunday, one week after he was carted off the field with a lower left leg injury, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

The Broncos formally listed tackle Garett Bolles (lower leg) as questionable for Sunday's game in Buffalo. The team had a walk-through Friday and he was listed as limited, which he would have been if the team had a full practice. The Broncos will practice in the Buffalo area Saturday. Bolles has shown improvement physically, but did miss Wednesday's practice, which is when the Broncos install the first- and second-down run plays in the gameplan for the week. So beyond the injury that could impact if the rookie would be ready to play as well.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bills have ruled out DT Marcell Dareus (ankle), LT Cordy Glenn (foot/ankle) and DT Jerel Worthy (concussion) for Sunday's game vs. Denver. Expect rookie Dion Dawkins to start in place of Glenn and for the Bills to use a combination of Adolphus Washington, Cedric Thornton and Deandre Coleman in place of Dareus at defensive tackle.

ESPN Stats & Info

Slight edge for Broncos in Orchard Park

In a battle between two of the NFL's best rushing attacks, ESPN's FPI gives the Broncos just above a 50 percent chance to take down the Bills on the road and stay atop the grueling AFC West.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills LT Cordy Glenn (foot/ankle) said Friday he will not play Sunday against the Broncos. That means rookie Dion Dawkins will start in his place.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills LT Cordy Glenn (ankle/foot) is not practicing Friday. Coach Sean McDermott said earlier Friday the team was not that confident he would be available to play Sunday after practicing Thursday. Rookie second-round Dion Dawkins would start in his place.

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2dMel Kiper Jr.

Kiper's Rookie Big Board: Garett Bolles

Bolles was plugged into the Broncos' starting lineup at left tackle on Day 1, and he has been a big part of the league's top rushing offense through two games.

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2dJeff Legwold

Miller baffled by low hit from Cowboys receiver

While Denver linebacker Von Miller says everyone plays the game their own way, he's still baffled by what he considered a low hit administered by Dallas wide receiver Noah Brown on Sunday.

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3dJeff Legwold

Broncos' Bolles practicing after leg injury

Broncos rookie tackle Garett Bolles was back on the practice field, just days after he thought a leg injury would end his season.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

For Broncos left tackle Garett Bolles it will be important for the team's medical staff to see how he handles the increased activity he has today. He will be evaluated Friday morning along with the team's other players who are currently receiving treatment.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

At Broncos practice Thursday, left tackle Garett Bolles (lower leg) was back in practice and moving fairly well with left foot and ankle taped over shoe. Also cornerback Bradley Roby (ankle), wide receiver Demaryius Thomas (hamstring), and safety Darian Stewart (groin) were practicing.

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3dBill Barnwell

Barnwell: Can C.J. Anderson continue his crazy start?

It's a surprise to see Anderson leading the league in both rushing yards and rush attempts given his relative ineffectiveness last season. Can he keep it up? Probably not.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

After Broncos practice Wednesday, coach Vance Joseph said cornerback Bradley Roby (ankle) did not practice while safety Darian Stewart (groin), wide receiver Demaryius Thomas (hamstring), linebacker Von Miller (knee) and tight end Jeff Heuerman (shoulder). Asked if he had concerns about Roby or Miller specifically playing against Bills Sunday Joseph said: "No, none at all." Thomas and Stewart expected to play as well.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

At Broncos practice Wednesday wide receiver Demaryius Thomas, cornerback Aqib Talib and running back Jamaal Charles looked as if they were getting their scheduled rest days while wide receiver Bennie Fowler (concussion) was on the field, but not practicing. Looked like cornerback Bradley Roby was being held out of practice as well.

Team Stats

Passing Yards191.521st
Rushing Yards159.01st
Points For33.04th
Points Against19.0Tied-11th

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