Veteran running back Willis McGahee was a no-show at the Denver Broncos organized team activities on Monday, per the Denver Post.
McGahee ended last year with a right tibia fracture and a partial tear of his MCL. But he is working out on his own apparently until his presence is required at mini-camp, which runs June 11-13.
"He's following the same routine he's had his whole career," said Chafie Fields, McGahee's agent. "He'll be there. He's ready to compete. No messages."
McGahee's absence, plus Knowshon Moreno's injury, has left rookie Montee Ball getting plenty of reps with the offense thus far.
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