The Broncos should go ahead and declare training camp over, just to change their luck.
They lost a pair of starters to injuries yesterday. We knew starting right guard Chris Kuper would miss six weeks with a broken forearm, but he’ll be joined in the training room by defensive end Jason Hunter.
According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, Hunter suffered a triceps tear and will miss at least two months, and perhaps the season.
Hunter, a former undrafted rookie from Appalachian State, had leap-frogged former first-rounder Robert Ayers for a starting job in camp.
He suffered the injury while hitting a blocking sled. The injury was apparently similar to Ty Warren’s last year, and while Warren held out hope of a late-season return, he eventually went with season-ending surgery.