Another day, another injury for the Broncos as training camp continued to exact a toll on the roster Monday morning.
This time, the afflicted player was rookie defensive end Jarvis Moss, who hit the ground after making a spin move during a one-on-one drill midway through the two-and-a-quarter-hour session at Dove Valley.
Moss was treated on the field for several minutes by Broncos medical personnel and was eventually helped to the sidelines, although it appeared he was able to put some weight on the knee. After arriving at the sidelines, a cart was summoned, which transported him back to the headquarters building for further examination.
The extent of the injury was unclear at the end of practice.
“(The medical staff) really does not know,” Shanahan said. “They think it’s a twist(ed) knee. It’s not loose right now, which is a good sign. But until you look at that MRI, you’re not really sure.”
Moss appeared to be in obvious pain immediately after suffering the injury. He began to hop on one leg and then crashed to the grass in the north end zone of the west practice field. Moss occasionally held his hand against his forehead in agony as he was being treated.
As we hear more, we’ll pass it along.