Broncos RB C.J. Anderson leaves with ankle injury, says it's 'no big deal'
Broncos RB C.J. Anderson wasn't expected to play too long in Friday's preseason opener, but his night was cut shorter than he hoped when he left with a left ankle injury. His return was listed as questionable. On the first play of Denver's second series, Anderson was swallowed up by Seahawks rookie Frank Clark. Anderson fumbled on the play, possibly because of the injury, but it was recovered by left tackle Ty Sambrailo.
Beat writer Troy Renck quoted Anderson as saying, "It's no big deal at all. I wanted to go back in."
We're not too worried about the injury at this point, but we'll continue to monitor the situation. Anderson holds 1st round value this season, but prospective owners may want to draft Marshawn Lynch or Matt Forte instead until Anderson's injury is deemed 'not serious.'
Filed Under: 2015, Preseason
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