Denver Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay will be limited to the activities of team organizers (OTAs).
9News reporter Denver Broncos Mike Klis you launched the newspaper on 12 May.
Bryce Callahan ready for OTAs, said Fangio. Isaac Yiadom limited for a week, then it should be ok. Lindsay, Leary, butt limited. # 9sports
– Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) May 12, 2019
According to Jeff Legwold of his ESPN, the 24-year-old Lindsay went into slim surgery of the season after Christmas last year. Initially, doctors thought it would come back in three or four months.
Legwold predicted back in January. “Lindsay hopes to be able to take part in some of the Bronco anti-seasons program.” Based on Klis' tweet
Broncos head coach, Vance Joseph, told ESPN last January that he is confident of Lindsay's work ethic.
To come back when it came from – it was like the sixth chart of the depth going back into camp (training) – you have to be confident of who you are and what you do to do it.
But he also remembers this climb. That's no man who doesn't worry about being complacent because he believes in himself, but he also seems to have no representatives on the job because he was expecting no one was expected.
– Denver Broncos (@Broncos) t May 7, 2019
Lindsay certainly came a long way since he signed an unapproved rookie contract with the Broncos last year. It exceeded everyone's expectations. Lindsay was held for 1,037 yards and nine territories in 2018. He also earned his first Pro Bowl hedge.
Klis confirms that Linsday is the first "rookie uncompensated attacks named for the Pro Bowl."
A concern for Broncos fans about Lindsay need not be limited in OTAs. He should come back ready for a training camp in the summer. You'll get a better version of Lindsay in the season NFL 2019.