Denver Broncos: Biggest Preseason Disappointments So Far

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Denver Broncos: Biggest Preseason Disappointments So Far
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The Denver Broncos haven't exactly had the preseason they hoped for when August began.

In the past several weeks, the Broncos have undergone a six-game suspension to defensive leader Von Miller, according to an ESPN report, while suffering serious injuries to the likes of center Dan Koppen, defensive end Derek Wolfe, tight end Joel Dreessen and cornerbacks Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Champ Bailey.

Midway through the preseason slate, the Broncos had an impressive preseason debut, when they defeated the San Francisco 49ers, 10-6.

However, they followed that up with a 40-10 loss to the Seattle Seahawks that had all of the makings of a disaster.

During the first quarter of that game, Wolfe left the game by ambulance after suffering a cervical spine injury.

Bailey, Wes Welker and Louis Vasquez all left the game versus Seattle with injuries.

The Broncos turned the ball over four times, including three fumbles lost.

The Broncos have already had their fair share of ups-and-downs halfway through the preseason, but which players have been the biggest disappointments thus far?

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