It's been a long road of recovery for lineman Matt Lepsis who will be back on the field Sunday for the Broncos' regular season opener against the Buffalo Bills.
The left tackle tore a ligament in his right knee October 22nd in a Broncos 17-7 victory over the Cleveland Browns. Lepsis has recovered from the season-ending injury and will be an addition that should solidify Denver's line.
Buffalo, meanwhile, is opening the season with as many as six new starters including rookie running back Marshawn Lynch.
The game gets under way at 11 a.m. in Buffalo.
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