Jerry Jeudy, the Broncos' wide receiver, is developing despite the absence of tight end Greg Dulcich.
The Denver Broncos will be without tight end Greg Dulcich for their second game due to a hamstring injury.
This comes after the Broncos were forced to play their first game without wide receiver Jerry Jeudy because of a similar ailment.
But on Wednesday, three days after getting injured in Sunday's defeat to Las Vegas by a score of 17-16, Dulcich was claimed to be feeling better, which is at least something to be thankful for.
When asked about hamstring issues, Broncos head coach Sean Payton said, "Each one's different." "(Dulcich) was seeing a marked improvement on Wednesday.
We approach it in the same manner as we did with Jerry.
The (medical) team will do an excellent job of ensuring that the appropriate rehabilitation and all of the essential procedures are carried out.
Dulcich suffered an injury to his right hamstring during the end of the second quarter of their game against the Raiders.
Dulcich, who had problems with his right hamstring during the previous season and missed seven games as a result, sat out the second half of the game along with Jeudy,
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