Broncos Injury Update: Andre Caldwell Injured Against Seattle

June 12, 2012; Englewood, CO, USA; Denver Broncos wide receiver Andre Caldwell (17) during Minicamp at the Denver Broncos training facility. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-US PRESSWIRE

Andre Caldwell was one of the few Denver Broncos to suffer an injury in Week 2 of Denver's preseason.

Andre Caldwell was one of the few Denver Broncos that suffered an injury in Denver's second preseason game, but fortunately for Caldwell and the Broncos, the injury doesn't appear to be serious.

Caldwell suffered his injury on the final play of the first quarter, when Seahawks safety Chris Maragos laid into him. X-Rays showed no broken ribs on Caldwell, and he should be fine, if not sore.

Mile High Report, SB Nation's Denver Broncos Blog,noted that three other Broncos were injured in the game against Seattle. Nate Irving suffered what is being called a "chest injury" after being kicked late in the fourth quarter, but the injury is not believed to be serious. Both Mike Mohamed and Joshua Moore suffered hamstring injuries.

Quinton Carter, Ronnie Hillman, Danny Trevathan, Tyler Grisham, Kevin Vickerson and Tracy Porter all missed the game against Seattle, as well.

For the latest on all things Broncos, be sure to check out Mile High Report and join the discussion.


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