Denver Broncos offensive lineman Russell Okung experienced issues in Week 6 against the San Diego Chargers that forced him to leave Qualcomm Stadium in an ambulance. After Okung left the stadium, Broncos vice president of public relations Patrick Smyth announced the lineman had been released from the hospital.
Okung would not miss any additional game action.
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Okung Active vs. Texans
Monday, Oct. 24
The Broncos announced Okung is available to play in Week 7 against Houston.
Latest on Okung's Practice Status
Saturday, Oct. 22
The Broncos announced Okung took part in Saturday's practice.
Latest on Okung's Status in Concussion Protocol
Monday, Oct. 17
Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak said Okung is making progress in the concussion protocol, per Troy Renck of Denver7.
Okung Comments on Status
Friday, Oct. 14
Injury-Prone Okung Crucial to Broncos Offensive Line
Okung spent the first six seasons of his career as the anchor of the Seattle Seahawks line before joining the Broncos during the offseason. Denver wanted to bolster a front five that ranked 13th in pass protection and 17th in run blocking last season, per Football Outsiders' ratings.
Injuries have been a consistent factor throughout Okung's career. He's never played in all 16 games during a regular season. More recently, he dealt with a shoulder injury that forced him to get surgery at the same time he was preparing to enter the free-agent market.