On the first play of the first drive of last Sunday's game between the Denver Broncos and the Oakland Raiders, Broncos safety Rahim Moore took a shot to the helmet while defending a pass and sustained a concussion on the play. He obviously didn't return to the game, and like with most head injuries, it wasn't immediately clear how much time he'd miss.
The indications are pretty positive at this point, though, as the team announced on its Twitter feed that Moore participated in practice with his teammates on Wednesday. This has to be a positive sign for Bronco fans, many of whom presumably cringed while watching Moore struggle on the ground immediately after the play occurred.
Moore, 21, was Denver's second-round pick this season. Drafted out of UCLA, he's already made a few starts for the Broncos this season, recording 18 tackles and one interception.
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