The Denver Post's Mike Klis reports Montee Ball (appendectomy) will make his preseason debut against the Texans Saturday.
Montee Ball (appendectomy) did some 7-on-7 work with the starters Wednesday.
After attending the Broncos-Texans joint practices, CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora came away believing Montee Ball (appendectomy) could play in Denver's preseason finale.
Montee Ball (appendectomy) returned to practice Tuesday.
Montee Ball (appendectomy) will visit his doctor Monday and hopes to gain clearance for practice.
Montee Ball (appendectomy) said there's definitely a possibility he practices some this week.
Montee Ball has shed five pounds since his August 4 appendectomy.
Montee Ball (appendectomy) has been released from the hospital and is home recovering.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen stated on NFL Live that the Broncos still haven't ruled out Montee Ball (appendectomy) returning at some point in the preseason.
Montee Ball is undergoing an appendectomy on Monday, but is expected to be ready for Week 1.
Montee Ball performed well through the first week of training camp.
During the offseason, the Broncos saw "vast improvements" from Montee Ball in his work as both a receiver and pass blocker.
ESPN Broncos reporter Jeff Legwold says the part of Montee Ball's game that showed the most improvement in recent weeks was as a receiver, and suggests Ball is "ready for a starring role in the run game."
ESPN Broncos reporter Jeff Legwold expects the Broncos to be a "more efficient running team on the inside this season, especially in the scoring zone."