Report: Quinn Meinerz is expected to miss four weeks with his hamstring injury

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Broncos starting right guard Quinn Meinerz did not practice Wednesday, one of five players to sit out.

An MRI of Meinerz’s injured hamstring revealed a grade 2 strain, Mike Klis of 9News reports.

Meinerz is expected to miss about four weeks.

Graham Glasgow, a six-year NFL starter, replaced Meinerz late in the first half and finished Monday’s game.

Meinerz said he felt a tweak in his hamstring while blocking on Brandon McManus‘ 30-yard field goal to cap the Broncos’ opening series but stayed in two more series.

Defensive lineman DeShawn Williams (back), outside linebacker Randy Gregory (shoulder/knee), receiver K.J. Hamler (knee/hip) and inside linebacker Josey Jewell (calf) also missed Wednesday’s practice.

Cornerback K'Waun Williams (wrist) was limited, and offensive lineman Billy Turner (knee) was a full participant.

1 responses to “Report: Quinn Meinerz is expected to miss four weeks with his hamstring injury

  1. It would be interesting to see who has more players sitting out after game 1 or 2; those teams that sat them the entire pre-season or those who played them in some of the pre-season.

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