Randy Gregory Injury

Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network announced on Monday that Denver Broncos outside linebacker Randy Gregory would be having arthroscopic surgery to trim the meniscus in his damaged knee, resulting in a two-to-four week recovery period.

Even though the Broncos will be without their star-free agent pass rusher for several weeks, Pelissero noted that Gregory’s ACL is still in one piece. The surgery will give us a better idea of when Gregory will be back on his feet.

Denver lost 32–23 to the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday, and one of the reasons was an injury to Gregory, who signed a five–year, $70 million contract to join the Broncos in March after six years with the Dallas Cowboys. It’s likely that youngster Nik Bonitto and second-year player Baron Browning will get greater playing time in Gregory’s absence.

Javonte Williams, a running back with the Broncos, suffered numerous ruptured ligaments in his knee during the loss and will miss the rest of the season. It’s good news for Denver that Gregory, who has recorded two sacks, two forced fumbles, and nine tackles in four games, will be returning at some point.

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Career

His first game of the year was Week 7 versus the Washington Football Team. He had his first career multi-sack game in Week 12’s Thanksgiving setback against the Washington Football Team, a 41-16 defeat, with two sacks on Alex Smith.

Over the course of 10 games, he made 17 tackles (3 for loss), 3.5 sacks (tied for third on the team), 16 quarterback hurries (also third on the team), 1 pass breakup, and 3 forced fumbles (third on the team). He played well in the playoff game against the Philadelphia Eagles, recording three tackles (one for loss), one and a half sacks, two quarterback hurries, three forced fumbles, and one pass breakup.

Midway through the year, he emerged and eventually supplanted starter Aldon Smith at right defensive end. He ended the game with 17 tackles (3 for loss), 3.5 sacks, 16 quarterback pressures, 1 pass defended, and 3 forced fumbles.

In 2021, Gregory was the Cowboys’ starting defensive end. On November 11, 2021, he was placed on injured reserve due to a calf injury he sustained in pre-Week 10 practice. His deployment began on December 11. His first career interception was a ball he deflected at the line and caught himself, returning it for 12 yards on December 12, 2021, against the Washington Football Team.

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He also recorded a sack and a forced fumble. His first game of the year was Week 7 versus the Washington Football Team. He had his first career multi-sack game in Week 12’s Thanksgiving setback against the Washington Football Team, a 41-16 defeat, with two sacks on Alex Smith.

Over the course of 10 games, he made 17 tackles (3 for loss), 3.5 sacks (tied for third on the team), 16 quarterback hurries (also third on the team), 1 pass breakup, and 3 forced fumbles (third on the team). He played well in the playoff game against the Philadelphia Eagles, recording three tackles (one for loss), one and a half sacks, two quarterback hurries, three forced fumbles, and one pass breakup.

 

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