ESPN's Jeff Legwold is reporting that Denver Broncos cornerback Kayvon Webster will not play in tomorrow's game against the San Francisco 49ers. According to Legwold Webster rolled his ankle in this mornings practice. Fortunately the injury is not considered serious per Legwold.
Kayvon Webster did not make trip to Calif. today for #Broncos. Rolled ankle in practice this morning ... Not considered serious.— Jeff Legwold (@Jeff_Legwold) August 16, 2014
Webster has been starting in place of cornerback Chris Harris Jr. as he is still working his way from surgery.
With both Webster and Harris missing tomorrows game we should expect to see a lot of rookie cornerback Bradley Roby. He will more then likely start alongside cornerback Aqib Talib.
It will be interesting to see who moves into the nickel corner role now. Corners Omar Bolden, Tony Carter, Louis Young, Jerome Murphy and Jordan Sullen are battling for that fifth cornerback spot. All of them should expect to see plenty of playing time tomorrow with both Webster and Harris not playing.