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08/12/14 - LB Danny Trevathan went down Tuesday with a fracture in his left knee that will sideline him for six to eight weeks.
The medial tibial impaction fracture occurred during a running play in a team drill at practice. Trevathan led the Broncos in tackles with 124 last season.
"They told me that my ACL and MCL are fine, but that I have a fracture in my knee," Trevathan said, according to ESPN. "The doctor told me I was going to be out four to eight weeks, but I told him four to six. I'm not tripping. I will bounce back. I'm a soldier."
Backup center Will Montgomery rolled on top of Trevathan after he made a tackle. Trevathan was carted to the locker room after he stayed down on the field for several minutes.
"You never like to see any player go down," Broncos coach John Fox said. "We'll wait and see what the results say. I didn't have a clean view of it."
Travathan is in his third year with the Broncos. He plays on the weak side in both run and passing situations.
Taking his place for the remainder of practice was Brandon Marshall, who likely would assume Trevathan's starting role.
"We'll wait and see what Danny's situation is and we'll go from there," Fox said. "You hope for the best."
Quarterback Peyton Manning said, "You hate to see it. ... You just hope he gets good news. Danny is an important part of our football team."
12/04/13 - LB Danny Trevathan is one of just two Broncos defenders to have started every game this season, along with Terrance Knighton. Trevathan leads the Broncos with 95 tackles.
10/15/13 - LB Danny Trevathan posted his second interception in as many weeks and his third of the season in the fourth quarter Sunday.
10/03/13 - LB Danny Trevathan returned to practice and saw a full workload Thursday, a day after being carted off the field following a knee injury.
"I think it was a miraculous recovery but anyways he's fine, fortunately," said Broncos coach John Fox. Sometimes you have awkward landings when you play this game."
Trevathan moved into the starting lineup this year and is the Broncos' second-leading tackler with 30 stops. His speed has also helped the Broncos better cope with some of the tight ends they've faced; in previous years, the Broncos were susceptible to big performances from some of the elite at the position.
Trevathan's emergence this year also allowed the Broncos to move Wesley Woodyard to middle linebacker. Woodyard had handled the defensive calls last year from the weak side, where Trevathan now patrols.
"That was a welcome relief, a real positive break for us (Wednesday) when that ended up being very minor," Del Rio said. "Danny's a good football player and (Woodyard's) ability to do both (linebacker positions) allowed us to get Danny on the field."
10/03/13 - LB Danny Trevathan was carted off the field during Wednesday's practice with a knee injury, according to a report from Fox Sports' Jay Glazer. A subsequent MRI was negative and his status is considered day-to-day.