When the Broncos return from their bye week, they will have a new starting center.

After their bye week, the Denver Broncos will be breaking in a new starting center.

While the injury necessitated the switch, the new center may easily stick around for the remainder of the season.

Coach Nathaniel Hackett of the Denver Broncos said last week that starting center Lloyd Cushenberry is "going to lose some time" with a groin ailment.

In Week 10, Denver will face the Tennessee Titans, and without Cushenberry on the field, Graham Glasgow will get the nod as quarterback.

Glasgow has mostly served as a guard for the Broncos, but he started every game last year for the Detroit Lions at center. 

Although he was Cushenberry's backup to start the 2022 season, Glasgow might end up being a better center option.

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