Broncos lose Lindsay, Bouye to injuries in season opener
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Denver Broncos cornerback A.J. Bouye and running back Phillip Lindsay didn't play in the second half of their season opener against the Tennessee Titans on Monday night.

Bouye suffered a shoulder injury during the second quarter after landing on his right side while defending a pass. The 29-year-old corner, who was acquired by the Broncos via trade in the offseason, recorded one pass breakup in his debut with the club.

Lindsay, meanwhile, didn't return with the team from the locker room after halftime due to a foot injury.

The running back suffered what the team hopes is "mild" turf toe, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. However, Lindsay's Week 2 status is apparently in question.

Lindsay, Denver's leading rusher in the last two seasons, racked up 24 yards on seven rushing attempts before being sidelined. He also caught one pass for 11 yards.

Broncos lose Lindsay, Bouye to injuries in season opener
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