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Broncos' Billy Turner: Missing OTAs

Turner (knee) did not participate in OTAs on Monday, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. Turner was cut by the Packers in March with a failed physical designation. Despite the injury, he signed with the Broncos less than two weeks later. However, he still isn't healthy enough to participate in workouts. Turner currently is projected to start at right tackle for Denver.
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Billy Turner

Born Feb. 8, 1946 in Alton, he was a son of Siegle and Katherine (Jones) Turner. He married Terry S. Elledge May 14, 1966 in Alton. She preceded him in death Dec. 24, 2017. The U.S. Army veteran worked as a clerk for Burlington-Northern Railroad. He enjoyed taking cruises and playing slot machines.
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Broncos' Billy Turner: Unable to participate in minicamp

Turner (knee) didn't participate in Monday's voluntary minicamp, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports. Turner was cut by the Packers with a failed physical designation March 14, but he signed a one-year deal with the Broncos a couple weeks later. The offensive lineman would've needed to pass a physical for the deal to become official, so the knee issue can't be too serious. Barring his health, Turner should project to be the starting right tackle for Russell Wilson in 2022.
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Billy Turner returns to Denver, reunites with Hackett

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Billy Turner's one-year deal with the Denver Broncos represents not only a homecoming but a reunion. Turner, who played in Denver from 2016-18, and Broncos new head coach Nathaniel Turner developed a close friendship during their time together in Green Bay, where Turner blossomed as a versatile and dependable offensive lineman.
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Former Packers tackle Billy Turner lists Ledgeview house for $485,000

LEDGEVIEW – Former Green Bay Packers offensive lineman Billy Turner listed his house at 7810 Altmeyer Drive for $485,000. Turner now is with the Denver Broncos, whose new head coach, Nathaniel Hackett, was the Packers' offensive coordinator last season. Turner, who mostly played tackle, was released by the Packers at the end of the season in a move to improve the team's salary cap position.
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