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- Gerard Warren to Miss 2-4 Weeks

Chris Pokorny August 5, 2006
Chris Pokorny
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In Cleveland, Gerard Warren never really played to his potential and was injured several times. With the Denver Broncos, Warren hoped things would change. He did well last year, but his injuries have already started to begin the 2006 season. Warren will be out two to four weeks with a dislocated toe on his left foot. Warren fell to the ground during a goal line drill and yelled out in pain. He was carted off the field, but the injury wasn't as serious as many thought it was originally.

"It was a (scary moment) for a second," said Broncos defensive coordinator Larry Coyer. "We're blessed."

Warren sustained the injury after rookie running back Mike Bell tried to score from the two yard line. Luckily for Warren, he did not fracture his toe, which would have ended his season.

"With something like that you want to make sure it's healed before you start working or it's going to linger throughout the season," said Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan. "I'm not worried about the preseason. It's more important that he is ready for the season. He is an experienced guy. Hopefully, Gerard will be ready for the season."

Last year, Warren had three sacks and was able to defend the run very well.


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