ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — An MRI exam Tuesday revealed Broncos' starting right guard Quinn Meinerz suffered a grade 2 hamstring strain early in the team's season-opening loss Monday night at Seattle, a source told 9NEWS.
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Meinerz is expected to be sidelined about four weeks. Graham Glasgow, a six-year NFL starter for Detroit and the Broncos, replaced Meinerz late in the first half and finished the game.
Meinerz said he felt a tweak in his hamstring while blocking on Brandon McManus' 30-yard field goal to cap the Broncos' opening series. Meinerz played two more series with his last play coming on Russell Wilson's 67-yard touchdown toss to Jerry Jeudy that tied the game, 10-10. The Broncos eventually lost, 17-16.
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