Broncos player personnel director Matt Russell, who was suspended indefinitely without pay in July after his drunk driving arrest, is about to get back to work.
Russell will be reinstated on Monday, after having been suspended 60 days, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Network had previously reported that the Broncos’ plan was to reinstate Russell after Week Two, pending NFL approval.
The Broncos had two of their top executives, Russell and pro personnel director Tom Heckert, arrested for drunk driving over the summer. Heckert is already back at work after serving a 30-day suspension.