Outside linebacker Randy Gregory of the Denver Broncos will have arthroscopic surgery to trim the meniscus in his damaged knee and is anticipated to be sidelined for a few weeks, according to NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero on Monday.
Despite the fact that the Broncos will be missing their prized free-agent pass rusher for a number of weeks, Gregory’s ACL remains unharmed, Pelissero stated. Gregory’s availability will be more precisely mapped out by the procedure. Gregory, who joined the Denver Broncos in March on a five-year, $70 million contract after spending six years with the Dallas Cowboys, suffered an injury during Denver’s 32-23 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders.
Gregory’s absence will probably allow Nik Bonitto, a rookie, and Baron Browning, a second-year player, to see more action. Javonte Williams, a running back with the Broncos, tore numerous ligaments in his knee and is out for the season as a result of his injuries.