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Wed, 24 Jul 2002 15:04:01 -0700
The Denver Broncos have released DE Paul Toviessi.
Wed, 24 Jul 2002 04:09:34 -0700
Lee Rasizer for the Rocky Mountain News reports the Denver Broncos will release DE Paul Toviessi (knee) after surgery was unable to relieve pain bone-on-bone grinding was causing in his knee. Toviessi, the teamís second-round selection in last yearís draft, may have to undergo radical surgery to repair the injury, which would keep him out of football for some time. Toviessiís release will save the team a little more than $270,000 against the cap, but more importantly, will cost them depth and talent at DE.
Wed, 12 Jun 2002 14:58:54 -0700
The Denver Post reports Denver Broncos DE Paul Toviessi (knee) is slowly healing. Toviessi has not participated in minicamp, though he expects to return to action for training camp, starting July 25.
Fri, 31 May 2002 08:20:16 -0700
The Rocky Mountain News reports Denver Broncos DE Paul Toviessi (knee) is still experiencing knee problems.
Sat, 18 May 2002 10:33:50 -0700
The Rocky Mountain News reports Denver Broncos DE Paul Toviessi (knee) received an injection in his right knee on Friday. The procedure is supposed to supplement the fluid in the join and relieve the pain in the knee. He's been limited to non-impact rehab drills since pain flared up in minicamp. Toviessi had microfracture surgery done last September.
Wed, 08 May 2002 11:10:22 -0700
The Denver Post reports tests on Denver Broncos DE Paul Toviessi's (knee) showed no further damage but he's still going to have to scale back his workouts for his knee to return to full strength. They're now going to try nonimpact rehabilitation to give his knee a chance to heal. It is believed that he'll be ready for training camp. During minicamp, he complained of severe knee pain. Toviessi underwent microfracture surgery last season. He plans to get a second opinion on the knee by visiting with Dr. James Andrew, an orthopedic surgeon, in Alabama soon.
Sun, 02 Sep 2001 19:19:07 -0700
The Associated Press reports Denver Broncos rookie DE Paul Toviessi, their second-round draft choice, is now on injured reserve for the season. Coach Mike Shanahan said Sunday Toviessi will require additional surgery on his knee. "The surgery he had was temporary," Shanahan said. "He still felt pain after three weeks, which is a bit unusual. So the doctors will go in there again."
Sat, 01 Sep 2001 19:31:17 -0700
The Associated Press reports the Denver Broncos have released WR Keith Poole, RB KaRon Coleman; WR Scottie Montgomery; TEs Billy Miller and Matt Dominguez; OL Jay Leeuwenburg, John Feugill, Donnie Young, and Todd Fordham; DL Maa Tanuvasa, Cyron Brown, and Scott Pospisil; LBs Ricardo McDonald and Lemar Marshall; and DBs Jason Suttle, DeAuntae Brown and Billy Gustin. Second-round draft pick, DE Paul Toviessi, was placed on injured reserve.
Wed, 29 Aug 2001 20:09:38 -0700
The Associated Press reports Denver Broncos DT Chester McGlockton (left knee), S Eric Brown (concussion), CB Jimmy Spencer (right hamstring), S George Coghill (hip flexor) and DE Paul Toviessi (knee surgery) will not play in this week's pre-season game. WR Keith Poole (hamstring) will only play in an emergency. Rookie CB Willie Middlebrooks (knee) will switch off with Jason Suttle for the remainder of the game, after the starters are rested.
Mon, 27 Aug 2001 18:08:32 -0700
According to the Associated Press, Denver Broncos QB Steve Beuerlein's future for this season could be determined next Monday when he tests his ailing right elbow with some light throwing. If the pain does not subside, he likely will spend the season on injured reserve. S Eric Brown (concussion) did not practice Monday and he will likely sit out this week's pre-season game. Also sidelined Monday were CB Jimmy Spencer (strained right hamstring) and S George Coghill (hip flexor). Spencer will not play Friday, while the Broncos will make a decision on Coghill later in the week. DT Chester McGlockton (knee ligament) did some light jogging Monday and hopes to be back for the regular-season opener Sept. 10. Coach Mike Shanahan said rookie DE Paul Toviessi, slow to recover from knee surgey, could wind up on IR too.
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