The Denver Broncos will be without running back Melvin Gordon on Sunday.
Gordon is not traveling with the team for their Saturday trip to New England, reports NFL Networks Mike Giardi. Gordon, who was listed as questionable, is effectively ruled out.
Mike Klis from 9News first reported the news.
On Friday, Gordon came down with a non-COVID-19 illness that forced him to miss practice. Saturday’s news stops a week for Gordon, who was charged with a DUI in Denver Tuesday night.
The good news for the Broncos is that they get RB Phillip Lindsay back this Sunday. Lindsay, who has not played since week 1
Here is other news about injury and list that we track on Saturday:
- Dallas Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy told reporters Saturday that he was “certainly encouraged” by the chances of linebacker Leighton Vander Esch returning to action Monday night. Vander Esch was activated this week from injured reserve after fully recovering from a broken collarbone that suffered in week 1.
- The Cleveland Browns have elevated safety Elijah Benton to the active roster from the training team.
- The Cincinnati Bengals have signed defensive tackle Kahlil McKenzie to the active list from the training team.