Team president John Elway said Willis McGahee is "our big back right now."
The Denver Post expects the Broncos to draft a running back in the first three rounds.
Team president John Elway says the Broncos are "still evaluating" Willis McGahee as he recovers from knee surgery and a broken leg.
ESPN.com's Bill Williamson expects the Broncos to add another option in the backfield.
The Denver Post believes Willis McGahee's roster spot is "vulnerable."
Willis McGahee (knee) was expected to play in the AFC Championship Game if the Broncos had beaten the Ravens Saturday.
Coach John Fox confirmed that Willis McGahee (knee, injured reserve/designated for return) is on schedule for a potential return for the AFC championship game next week.
Coach John Fox was encouraged by Willis McGahee's (knee, injured reserve/designated for return) return to practice, adding that the tailback "had a good first day."
Willis McGahee (knee, injured reserve/designated for return) returned to practice Tuesday on the first day he was eligible.
Willis McGahee (knee, injured reserve/designated for return) conceded Monday that he couldn't play in a game if one were tomorrow.
Willis McGahee (torn MCL, I.R./designated for return) is eligible to resume practicing next week.
Broncos placed Willis McGahee (knee, leg) on injured reserve with a designation to return.
Willis McGahee (knee) will be on crutches for about a month.
Willis McGahee (torn MCL, broken leg) is reportedly holding out hope that he might return in 4-6 weeks.