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Report: Garett Bolles passes concussion tests; attends afternoon walkthrough

Garett Bolles went down hard in practice and is now being evaluated for a concussion by the Denver Broncos medical personnel.

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During Day 2 of Denver Broncos camp, Garett Bolles went down hard and in a scary situation the cart came out to take him off the field. The biggest fear being a season-ending injury, but as he neared the locker room he was able to walk off under his own power.

It now appears the hard hit was to his head as he is reportedly being evaluated for a concussion by team medical personnel.

Bolles, 26, is a second-year former first-round pick for the Broncos and figures to be the teams starting left tackle this season. With the depth on the offensive line rather weak, the Broncos have to be hoping Bolles is okay.

Update 11:45 a.m.

Update 3:30 p.m.

According to multiple sources, Bolles cleared the concussion tests and is back out on the field for the afternoon walk-through.