Denver Broncos cornerback Michael Ojemudia (knee) and running back Adrian Killins (ankle) were injured during Saturday’s 30-3 preseason win over the Seattle Seahawks.
Both players were carted to the locker room after suffering their respective injuries. After the win, coach Vic Fangio provided a somewhat positive update for Ojemudia.
“He hurt his knee,” Fangio said Saturday evening. “We don’t know the extent of it at this moment in time. Early examination indicates that it’s not an ACL. But he definitely has some stuff there.”
Before leaving the game, Ojemudia totaled two tackles. Ojemudia is currently Denver’s fifth cornerback on the depth chart, behind Kyle Fuller, Ronald Darby, Bryce Callahan and Pat Surtain.
There’s no word yet on the severity of Killins’ injury. He had two carries for negative-one yards before exiting the game. Killins was signed last week to add more depth to the backfield following injuries to three other running backs.
If Killins misses time, the Broncos’ remaining running backs will be Melvin Gordon (groin), Javonte Williams, Mike Boone (squad), Royce Freeman and Damarea Crockett.