After the bye week, the Broncos will start a new center.
Although the injury necessitated the switch, the new center might easily stick around for the remainder of the season.
Injured groin will cause starting center Lloyd Cushenberry to "skip some time," according to Broncos head coach Nathaniel Hackett.
Cushenberry's injury has forced Denver to turn to Graham Glasgow in his place for Week 10's matchup against the Tennessee Titans.
Although he has mostly served as a guard for Denver, Glasgow has started every game at center for an entire season with the Detroit Lions.
Even though he started the 2022 season as Cushenberry's backup, Glasgow might end up being a better center option.