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Two Broncos spent time in a Dallas hospital following their win over the Cowboys

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: August 30th, 2014 at 11:09 am EST

The Denver Broncos had two players visit a Dallas area hospital following their game on Thursday night. Broncos running back Ronnie Hillman and corner back Kayvon Webster were treated for an illness.

The team has not released the nature of their illness. The Broncos won 27-3 over the Dallas Cowboys in both team’s final preseason game. RonnieHillman

Webster was the worse of the two players, as he had to be helped from the locker room.

He ended up spending the night in the hospital, before going back to Denver. Hillman was checked out and released hours later.

Hillman is expected to be the Broncos No. 2 running back going into the season. Both guys are expected to play in the Broncos first regular season practice on Monday.


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