Broncos running back Andre Hall still walks through the grocery store unnoticed.
His buddies continue to raid his refrigerator and his father calls him up to talk baseball, not football.
Nothing has changed for Hall since his 62-yard touchdown run in a 34-20 win over Tennessee on Monday night. He's still unheralded.
His anonymity may soon be ending. The first-year back out of South Florida may be pressed into a bigger role Sunday at Chicago. Travis Henry is hampered by a partially torn posterior cruciate ligament in his left knee and Selvin Young is bothered by a knee strain.
Henry and Young both sat out practice Wednesday. Broncos coach Mike Shanahan isn't sure of their status for the game Sunday with the Bears.
Hall wouldn't mind making his first start against Chicago, a team that cut him last season. But it's not about revenge. He says he just wants to win.
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