Report: CB Tony Carter in Walking Boot After Monday Night Win

Jan 12, 2013; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Broncos cornerback Tony Carter (32) during the overtime period of the AFC divisional round playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens at Sports Authority Field. The Ravens won 38-35. Mandatory Credit: Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports

Champ Bailey might have no choice BUT to come back in the Broncos’ week three matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles.

If Bailey does come back, it might turn out to be perfect timing as the Broncos lost Tony Carter last night to an ankle injury, and he was seen in a walking boot after last night’s game.

Carter injured his right ankle during a punt return and was replaced by Kayvon Webster, who actually did a great job all things considered. Filling in for Champ Bailey, Tony Carter has played some pretty great football for the Broncos.

Through the team’s first three games, he leads the NFL with eight passes broken up and had his first interception against the New York Giants.

If Carter is unable to go vs. the Eagles, it will mean a lot more snaps for the rookie Kayvon Webster, and hopefully Champ Bailey.

Topics: Denver Broncos, Injury News, Tony Carter

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  • turtle244

    Kayvon has yet to learn about wrapping his arms around when trying to tackle. this is going to be a problem – mark my words.