Keenan Lewis practiced with the first-team at left cornerback today because Bryant McFadden was sidelined with a right pectoral muscle injury.
McFadden suffered the injury in the second quarter of Saturday night's win against the New York Giants while attempting to stop Ahmad Bradshaw's 9-yard touchdown run.
McFadden said his condition is "day-to-day" and he doesn't know if he will play in Sunday night's preseason game at Denver.
Lewis, a third-round draft pick who played sparingly as a rookie last season, practiced with the first-team for the first time.
"I'm out here to practice and get better," said Lewis, who has worked as McFadden's backup. "It's big to have an opportunity to put something on tape."
A lot of young players getting a look in the Denver game.