Another player has been sacrificed on the altar of training camp injuries, hopefully, this one won't last past Denver's preseason games.
Strong safety T.J. Ward suffered a hamstring injury and has been relegated to the sidelines in hopes of a quick recovery.
Ward joined the Broncos in 2014 on a four-year, $23 million contract. The three-time Pro Bowl safety made 69 tackles, 87 combined, last season, along with 8 pass deflections, 3 forced fumbles, an interception and a sack. He's been a vital part of the No Fly Zone defense since he arrived in Denver.
The sooner Ward is back in action the better, but for now, it will give some of the Broncos' other prospects some extra reps in the preseason.
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