Broncos Confirm Two Players Out For The Season

The Denver Broncos lost one of the worst NFL games played in recent memory on Thursday Night Football, and to make matters even worse, today they had to confront the reality of two players that are now going to miss the rest of the season. Those two players would be Garrett Bolles, who suffered a broken leg, and cornerback Ronald Darby, who suffered a torn ACL in the 12-9 overtime loss.

The Broncos are already dealing with health issues, and with a struggling offence, these losses are only going to make the season harder, especially when the team is already chasing the Los Angeles Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC West.

Bolles and Darby, while not household names, have become very solid starters for the Broncos, and are two names that will be sorely missed by Denver for the rest of the year. The loss dropped their record to 2-3, and with a Raiders win in Week 5, they'd be pushed down to fourth place in the West, and if they can't figure out the offence, along with all these injuries, it's going to be a tough season in 2022.

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