Denver LB Randy Gregory will have knee surgery and will be out for many weeks


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.